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COMPARING SAVINGS BEHAVIOR IN ASIA AND LATIN AMERICA: THE ROLE OF CAPITAL INFLOWS AND ECONOMIC GROWTH

This paper investigates the determinants of savings in Asia and compares them with those of the economies in Latin America. The evidence based reveals that countries in the two regions share some common features with respect to their savings rates that are largely affected by (1) international capit... Full description

Journal Title: The Journal of developing areas 2012, Vol.46 (1), p.113-131
Main Author: Thanoon, Marwan Abdul-Malik
Other Authors: Ahmad Zubaidi Baharumshah
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Language: English
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Publisher: Nashville: College of Business, Tennessee State University
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title: COMPARING SAVINGS BEHAVIOR IN ASIA AND LATIN AMERICA: THE ROLE OF CAPITAL INFLOWS AND ECONOMIC GROWTH
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  • Ahmad Zubaidi Baharumshah
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  • Average propensity to save
  • Behavior
  • Budget deficits
  • Capital inflows
  • Capital markets
  • Caribbean Area
  • Consumption
  • Countries
  • Debt management
  • Developing countries
  • Economic conditions
  • Economic development
  • Economic growth
  • Economic growth rate
  • Forecasts and trends
  • Foreign investments
  • GDP
  • Gross Domestic Product
  • Investments, Foreign
  • Latin America
  • LDCs
  • Long run economic growth
  • National savings
  • Saving and investment
  • Savings
  • Savings rates
  • Studies
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description: This paper investigates the determinants of savings in Asia and compares them with those of the economies in Latin America. The evidence based reveals that countries in the two regions share some common features with respect to their savings rates that are largely affected by (1) international capital inflows, which, in general, displace domestic savings in less than one-to-one fashion; (2) dependency ratios, hence supporting life-cycle hypothesis; and (3) the size of the export sector which can contribute positively to national savings. Despite these similarities, a number of important differences can be identified across country groups. First, economic growth affects national savings positively (negatively) in Asia (Latin America). Second, the long-term negative impact of capital flows on domestic savings appears to be considerably weaker in the Asian countries compared to the Latin American countries. Together, the two factors explain why savings ratios may differ markedly between the two regions.
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abstractThis paper investigates the determinants of savings in Asia and compares them with those of the economies in Latin America. The evidence based reveals that countries in the two regions share some common features with respect to their savings rates that are largely affected by (1) international capital inflows, which, in general, displace domestic savings in less than one-to-one fashion; (2) dependency ratios, hence supporting life-cycle hypothesis; and (3) the size of the export sector which can contribute positively to national savings. Despite these similarities, a number of important differences can be identified across country groups. First, economic growth affects national savings positively (negatively) in Asia (Latin America). Second, the long-term negative impact of capital flows on domestic savings appears to be considerably weaker in the Asian countries compared to the Latin American countries. Together, the two factors explain why savings ratios may differ markedly between the two regions.
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