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    Munich: Center for Economic Studies and Ifo Institute (CESifo)
    Publication Date: 2019-06-22
    Description: We introduce the revised version of the KOF Globalisation Index, a composite index measuring globalization for every country in the world along the economic, social and political dimension. The original index was introduced by Dreher (2006) and updated in Dreher et al. (2008). This second revision of the index distinguishes between de facto and de jure measures along the different dimensions of globalization. We also disentangle trade and financial globalization within the economic dimension of globalization and use time-varying weighting of the variables. The new index is based on 43 instead of 23 variables in the previous version. Following Dreher (2006), we use the new index to examine the effect of globalization on economic growth. The results suggest that de facto and de jure globalization influence economic growth differently. Future research should use the new KOF Globalisation Index to re-examine other important consequences of globalization and why globalization was proceeding rapidly in some countries, such as South Korea, but less so in others.
    Keywords: F15 ; F36 ; F43 ; F53 ; F60 ; F62 ; O19 ; O24 ; O57 ; Y10 ; ddc:330 ; globalization ; composite indicators
    Repository Name: EconStor: OA server of the German National Library of Economics - Leibniz Information Centre for Economics
    Language: English
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    Zurich: ETH Zurich, KOF Swiss Economic Institute
    Publication Date: 2019-02-16
    Description: In this paper we present and describe the revised version of the KOF Globalisation Index, a composite index measuring globalisation for every country in the world along the economic, social and political dimension. The original index was introduced by Dreher (2006) and updated in Dreher et al. (2008). This second revision of the index introduces the differentiation between de facto and de jure measures along the different dimensions of globalisation, the differentiation between trade and financial globalisation within the economic dimension of globalisation and time-varying weighting of the variables entering the index. Finally, the revised version incorporates several additional variables in the construction process. At the aggregate level, we show that a bidirectional relationship between de facto and de jure globalisation exists.
    Keywords: F15 ; F36 ; F43 ; F53 ; F60 ; F62 ; O19 ; O24 ; O57 ; Y10 ; ddc:330 ; Globalisation ; composite indicators ; Granger causality ; economic growth
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    Munich: Center for Economic Studies and Ifo Institute (CESifo)
    Publication Date: 2015-05-22
    Description: We examine the relationship between capitalism and income inequality for a large sample of countries using an adjusted economic freedom index as proxy for capitalism and Gini coefficients based on gross-income as proxy for income inequality. Our results suggest that there is no robust relationship between economic freedom and income inequality. In addition, we analyze the relationship between income redistribution (measured by the ratio of the income distribution resulting from market processes and the income distribution after redistribution) and ethno-linguistic fractionalization. We find that the impact of ethno-linguistic fractionalization on income redistribution is conditional on the level of economic freedom: countries that have a high degree of fractionalization have less income redistribution, while capitalist countries that have a low degree of fractionalization have more income distribution.
    Keywords: D31 ; D63 ; F02 ; O11 ; O15 ; ddc:330 ; income inequality ; redistribution ; economic freedom ; ethno-linguistic fractionalization
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    Munich: Center for Economic Studies and Ifo Institute (CESifo)
    Publication Date: 2016-11-05
    Description: Using a panel fixed effects model for a sample of 121 countries covering 1975 ]2005, we examine how financial development, financial liberalization and banking crises are related to income inequality. In contrast with most previous work, our results suggest that all finance variables increase income inequality. The level of financial development conditions the impact of financial liberalization on inequality. Also the quality of political institutions conditions the impact of financial liberalization on income inequality, in contrast to the quality of economic institutions. Our main findings are robust for using random effects, cross ]country regressions and legal origin as instrument for financial development.
    Keywords: D31 ; D63 ; F02 ; O11 ; O15 ; ddc:330 ; income inequality ; financial liberalization ; financial sector size ; financial crises ; political institutions
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    Zurich: ETH Zurich, KOF Swiss Economic Institute
    Publication Date: 2017-01-17
    Description: Using a panel fixed effects model for a sample of 121 countries covering 1975-2005, we examine how financial development, financial liberalization and banking crises are related to income inequality. In contrast with most previous work, our results suggest that all finance variables increase income inequality. The level of financial development conditions the impact of financial liberalization on inequality. Also the quality of political institutions conditions the impact of financial liberalization on income inequality, in contrast to the quality of economic institutions. Our main findings are robust for using random effects, cross]country regressions and legal origin as instrument for financial development.
    Keywords: D31 ; D63 ; F02 ; O11 ; O15 ; ddc:330 ; income inequality ; financial liberalization ; financial sector size ; financial crises ; political institutions
    Repository Name: EconStor: OA server of the German National Library of Economics - Leibniz Information Centre for Economics
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