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2021, vol. 18, br. 2, str. 95-126
Dugoročni uticaj rasta bankarskih kredita na socijalne i ekonomske nejednakosti u Maroku - dokazi iz johansenove analize kointegracije
Abdelmamek Essadi University, Morocco

e-adresaakhattab@uae.ac.ma
Ključne reči: nejednakosti u prihodima; bankarski krediti; ekonomski rast; otvorenost trgovine; kointegracija
Sažetak
Predmet rasta ekonomskih i društvenih nejednakosti postao je glavna briga za ekonomskih istraživača širom sveta. Kao rezultat toga, postoji velika pažnja i zabrinutost zbog značajnih troškova rastućih nejednakosti u pogledu mira i socijalne koherentnosti u društvu. Da bi se suzbila šteta ovih nejednakosti, Maroko je preduzeo nekoliko reformi, uključujući i implementaciju novog razvojnog modela postavljenog 2018. Glavni cilj ovog članka je proceniti uticaj rasta bankarskih kredita na povećanje ekonomskih i društvenih nejednakosti. u Maroku. Drugim rečima, proverili smo da li postoji pozitivan uticaj na porast nejednakosti u prihodima u Maroku. Iz tog razloga smo u ovoj studiji testirali ekonometrijski model, koristeći metodu kointegracije, posebno model ispravljanja grešaka. Dakle, naši rezultati potvrđuju da se stepen otvorenosti trgovine, bankarski kredit i bruto domaći proizvod po glavi stanovnika dugoročno smatraju determinantama ravnoteže Gini indeksa. Koristili smo godišnje podatke za period 1990-2019 iz baze podataka Centralne banke Maroka (BAM) i Svetske banke (VBD). Širok spektar studija pokazuje značajan pozitivan uticaj između bankarskih kredita i nejednakosti u prihodima.
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jezik rada: engleski
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DOI: 10.5937/EJAE18-30597
primljen: 16.02.2021.
revidiran: 31.03.2021.
prihvaćen: 15.04.2021.
objavljen u SCIndeksu: 22.10.2021.
metod recenzije: dvostruko anoniman
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