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Sumra, Shanaz (2016)
Publisher: University of Greenwich Business School
Languages: English
Types: Other
Subjects: HG
The relevance of a demand-led growth model for long run economic growth is tested for the sub-Saharan African region using an augmented balance of payments constrained growth model which allows for sustainable debt accumulation, interest rate payments and the terms of trade movements. An autoregressive distributive lag (ARDL) model is used to estimate the model for 22 sub-Saharan African economies. Different specifications of the balance of payments constrained growth model are estimated and compared. The results indicate that the region was balance of payments constrained between the 1960 to 2014 period. In addition, the model which allows for sustainable debt accumulation and interest rate payments abroad best explained the growth experience of the region.
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