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Document Type: Postprint
Title: The Impact of Regulation on Economic Growth in Developing Countries: A Cross-Country Analysis.
Authors: Jalilian, Hossein
Kirkpatrick, Colin
Parker, David
Issue Date: Jan-2007
Citation: Hossein Jalilian, Colin Kirkpatrick and David Parker, The Impact of Regulation on Economic Growth in Developing Countries: A Cross-Country Analysis, World Development, Volume 35, Issue 1, January 2007, Pages 87-103.
Abstract: The role of an effective regulatory regime in promoting economic growth and development has generated considerable interest among researchers and practitioners in recent years. In particular, building effective regulatory structures in developing countries is not simply an issue of the technical design of the most appropriate regulatory instruments, it is also concerned with the quality of supporting regulatory institutions and capacity. This paper explores the role of state regulation using an econometric model of the impact of regulation on growth. The results based on two different techniques of estimation suggest a strong causal link between regulatory quality and economic performance.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1826/1455
http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.worlddev.2006.09.005
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