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Financial market integration and its risk sharing implication in selected Islamic countries

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2017
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This study empirically investigates the financial integration threshold effects and risk sharing implication for Islamic countries from 1980 - 2011. The study utilizes threshold effect technique for the non-dynamic panel introduced by Hansen (1999). We focus on the four different types of financial market integration measures, which are (i) full financial market (ii) equities (iii) capital market and (iv) governance. We found that there is single threshold effect for equities and governance and a double threshold effect for full financial market integration and capital market ...
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Financial market integration , Welfare gains , Risk sharing , Threshold
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Mahmud, N. I. (2017). Financial market integration and its risk sharing implication in selected Islamic countries (Doctoral dissertation). INCEIF, Kuala Lumpur. Retrieved from https://ikr.inceif.org/handle/INCEIF/2776
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INCEIF

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