Effects of Stock Market Liberalisation: Pros and Cons The Difference between Developed and Developing Countries
Visitkijakarn, Vanvarang (2010) Effects of Stock Market Liberalisation: Pros and Cons The Difference between Developed and Developing Countries. [Dissertation (University of Nottingham only)] (Unpublished)
The stock market liberalisation has its own unique effects on an economy as this concept is differentiated from capital account liberalisation and integrating stock market. Earlier study has emphasized on effect of capital account liberalisation on various developing and emerging economies but there has been a scarcity of research on stock market liberalisation and volatility of markets throughout a financial crisis. This study expands on the earlier pool of research by aiming on studying the unique impacts of stock market liberalisation on stock market volatility, foreign direct investment, cost of capital and economic growth.
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