Current research often highlights the importance of financial markets as well as financial system development. However, the current literature in this field still fails to adequately explain the relationship between financial market and macroeconomic development. Post-Keynesian Empirical Research and the Debate on Financial Market Development integrates the concept of financial intermediaries with Post-Keynesian macroeconomic modeling to discuss the relationship between financial markets and systems and macroeconomic development. Discussing key macroeconomic variables such as investment, savings, and productivity growth, this timely resource is essential for students, academicians, as well as finance and economics professionals interested in uncovering the latest research in this field.3.4.3 Risk Amelioration With information and transactions costs, financial contracts, markets and intermediaries may arise to ease the trading, hedging, and pooling of risk with implications for resource allocation and growth. Levine ( 2003c)anbsp;...
|Title||:||Post-Keynesian Empirical Research and the Debate on Financial Market Development|
|Publisher||:||IGI Global - 2014-04-30|