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Does foreign direct investment cause financial sector development – evidence from an emerging economy

, Vol. 29 No 1, pp. 63-77. 11. Ayadi. R, Emrah A, Sami B. N, and Willem P. D. G. (2013), “Determinants of financial development across the Mediterranean”, MEDPRO Technical Report, No. 29. 12. Bilquess, F., Mukhtar, T., and Sohail, S. (2011), “What matters for financial development in D-8 countries? Capital flows, trade openness and institutions”, Journal of Economic Cooperation and Development, Vol. 1 No. 32, pp. 71–91. 13. Bittencourt, M. (2011), “Inflation and financial development: Evidence from Brazil”, Economic Modelling, Vol. 28 No. 1-2, pp. 91

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Bank Business Models and Performance During Crisis in Central and Eastern Europe

, A. (2015). Monetary policy objectives during the crisis: An overview of selected Southeast European Countries. Journal of Central Banking Theory and Practice, 4(1), 35-46. 10. Kumar, M. S. and J. Woo (2015). Public debt and growth. Economica. Volume 82, Issue 328, pp. 705-739. 11. Miletić, S. (2015). Modeling exchange rate volatility in CEEC countries: Impact of global financial and European sovereign debt crisis. Megatrend revija, 12(1), 105-122. 12. Petrović, P. and M. Gligorić (2010). Exchange rate and trade balance: J-curve effect

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Is Real Depreciation and More Government Spending Expansionary? The Case of Montenegro

, A. (2015). Monetary policy objectives during the crisis: An overview of selected Southeast European Countries. Journal of Central Banking Theory and Practice, 4(1), 35-46. 10. Kumar, M. S. and J. Woo (2015). Public debt and growth. Economica. Volume 82, Issue 328, pp. 705-739. 11. Miletić, S. (2015). Modeling exchange rate volatility in CEEC countries: Impact of global financial and European sovereign debt crisis. Megatrend revija, 12(1), 105-122. 12. Petrović, P. and M. Gligorić (2010). Exchange rate and trade balance: J-curve effect

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Fiscal Policy, FDI and Macroeconomic Stabilization

Activity , 1, 135-174. 8. Boivin J. and M. Giannoni [2006], “Has Monetary Policy Become More Effective?”, Review of Economics and Statistics, 88, 445-462. 9. Buch C.M., Doepke J. and C. Pierdzioch [2005], “Financial Openness and Business Cycle Volatility”, Journal of International Money and Finance , 24, 744-765. 10. Chenaf-Nicet D. and E. Rougier [2016], “The effect of macroeconomic instability on FDI flows: A gravity estimation of the impact of regional integration in the case of Euro-Mediterranean agreements”, International Economics , 145, 66

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An Investigation into the Level of Financial Inclusion in Sub-Saharan Africa

. Measuring financial inclusion : A Multidimensional index . BBVA Research Working Paper No. 26. Banco Bilbao Vizcaya Argentaria. Bilbao. Central Bank of Nigeria, 2012. Summary Report on Financial Inclusion in Nigeria. http://www.cenbank.org/Out/2012/publications/reports/dfd/CBNSummary%20Report%20ofFinancial%20Inclusion%20in%20Nigeria-final.pdf . Chakravarty, S. R., and Pal, R., 2010. Measuring financial inclusion : An axiomatic approach . IGIDR Working Paper no. 3. Indira Gandhi Institute of Development Research. Mumbai. Connolly, C., and Hajaj, K

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