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Public Expenditure and Economic Growth Relationship in Developing Countries: The case of Bangladesh
(Public Expenditure and Economic Growth Relationship in Developing Countries: The case of Bangladesh )

Yazar : Zobayer AHMED  & Hakan ACET  
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Baskı Yılı : 2020
Sayı : 10 (2)
Sayfa : 131-144
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Cite : Zobayer AHMED & Hakan ACET, (2020). Public Expenditure and Economic Growth Relationship in Developing Countries: The case of Bangladesh. Journal of Current Researches on Business and Economics, 10 (2), p. 131-144. Doi: 10.26579/jocrebe.77.
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Özet

This analysis empirically focuses on how government spending affects economic development in Bangladesh. The study uses time-series data from 1965 through 2016 from the World Development Indicators for independent variables household consumption expense, capital formation and public sector consumption spending. The Johansen co-integration test showed a long-run association among the variables. However, OLS results show that capital formation and household consumption expenditure positively and public sector consumption spending negatively affect Bangladesh's GDP. A more productive investment by the government sector may reduce government spending's adverse effects on Bangladesh's GDP.



Anahtar Kelimeler
Bangladeş, Sermaye oluşumu, hane halkı tüketim harcamaları, genel hükümet nihai tüketim harcamaları, ekonomik büyüme

Abstract

This analysis empirically focuses on how government expenditure affects economic growth in Bangladesh. The study uses time-series data from 1965 through 2016 from the World Development Indicators for independent variables capital formation, household consumption expenditure, and government final consumption expenditure. The Johansen co-integration test showed a long-run association among the variables. However, OLS results show that capital formation and household consumption expenditure positively and government consumption expenditure negatively affect the GDP of Bangladesh. A more productive investment by the government sector may reduce the negative impact of government expenditure on the GDP of Bangladesh.



Keywords
Bangladesh, capital formation, household consumption expenditure, general government final consumption expenditure, economic growth.

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