Generally, the development of a country’s financial system is a positive that helps grow its economy, promote savings and improve fiscal flexibility. But as the 2008 financial crisis illustrated, unfettered growth and lack of supervision can have negative consequences with global impacts. This erudite report from economists and researchers at the International Monetary Fund points out that the costs of financial development for emerging markets might outweigh its benefits. getAbstract recommends this astute analysis to economists, investors and financial professionals.
In this summary, you will learn
- How financial development (FD) contributes to economic growth,
- How three emerging market countries have managed their FD and
- How developing countries can foster financial development in a responsible manner.
About the Authors
Ratna Sahay et al. are economists and researchers at the International Monetary Fund.