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Contribution of Rural Banks to Regional Economic Development: Evidence from the Philippines

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Contribution of rural banks to regional economic development: evidence from the Philippines, Regional Studies. The paper examines the link between banking and economic development in the Philippine regions and it focuses on the role of rural banks using a co-integration panel data analysis (1993-2005). No clear-cut evidence is found of a positive influence of banking development measured by traditional indicators built at the regional level for the whole banking industry. However, a consistent positive effect of rural banks is found in the intermediate and less-developed regions, with a stronger effect for the former, suggesting a threshold effect. Estimations on rolling subsamples confirm the differentiated impact of rural banks depending on the stage of regional development.

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hal-00785631 , version 1 (06-02-2013)

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Céline Meslier-Crouzille, Emmanuelle Nys, Alain Sauviat. Contribution of Rural Banks to Regional Economic Development: Evidence from the Philippines. Regional Studies, 2012, 46 (6), pp.775-791. ⟨10.1080/00343404.2010.529117⟩. ⟨hal-00785631⟩

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