Financial Intermediation and Economic Growth in Cameroon

  • Ngouhouo I
  • Moutie G
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Financial depth does not fully reflect how well the financial intermediaries serve to economic agents in stimulating economic growth. Additional aspects of financial system such as access, efficiency and stability should be taken into account in order to shed light into the relationship between finance and economic growth. In our paper we capture the four aspects of finance – depth, access, efficiency and stability – to investigate the impact of financial development and economic growth. Our results suggest that the impact of four parameters of financial development differs depending on the level of financial development and has an inverted S-shape function.




Ngouhouo, I., & Moutie, G. (2015). Financial Intermediation and Economic Growth in Cameroon. International Journal of Financial Research, 6(3).

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