Financial sector development and economic growth nexus in South Africa.
MetadataShow full item record
The study investigated the nexus between financial sector development and economic growth in South Africa using co-integration and error correction modelling and; the Granger causality tests. The results of the study show that economic growth is explained by the financial sector variables and control variables such as inflation, exchange rate, and real interest rates. The Granger causality test results show that there is generally a bidirectional relationship between economic growth and financial sector development which implies that if the economy grows the financial services sector also grows and vice versa.
Showing items related by title, author, creator and subject.
Brown, Emily (2009)This report provides details of a Study and information-gathering tour - through the U.S. Department of State’s Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs - of esteemed American universities and media institutions by three ...
The impact of the logistics gap on customer service in southern Africa: Evidence from Namibia and the Republic of South Africa. Paper presented at the 1st Namibia Customer Service Awards & Conference, 2014. Fransman, L.; Heyns, G. J.; Luke, R.; Savage, Christopher J. (Polytechnic of Namibia, 2014)Logistics is essential for the development of trade (& therefore potential wealth) in southern Africa. To enable this to succeed it is crucial that the industry provides good (international) standards of customer service. ...
Media and celebrity: Towards a postmodern understanding of the role of reality television in the development of new forms of South African/African celebrity. De Sibandze, Elva Gómez; Garside, Damian (2009)In our paper we deal with the issue of media celebrity in a South African context, focusing on the role reality television has played in regard to emergent forms of new South African celebrity, and determining the social ...