Financial intermediaries and national savings in developing countries.
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Developing countries -- Finance.
Developing countries -- Saving and investment.
Épargne -- Pays en voie de développement.
Finance -- Developing countries.
Finances -- Pays en voie de développement.
Saving and investment -- Developing countries.
Saving and investment.
Praeger special studies in international economics and development.
xi, 240 pages 25 cm.
Includes bibliographical references.
Financial intermediation is the act of collecting savings (and perhaps other funds) by financial institutions and the rechanneling of these funds to borrowers for financing investments. There are financial institutions in both the organized and unorganized sectors of money and capital markets in developing countries. For the purpose of this study, however, the analysis will be limited to the role of financial intermediation in promoting savings in the organized markets. This is not to deny the importance of financial institutions in unorganized markets, but for them the availability of data is less, and, furthermore, the institutions in the unorganized sector are not always financial intermediaries.
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