This paper analyzes the empirical role of different types of long-term policies, institutional quality and political risk factors' impact on cross-country capital flows. Our findings suggest that the long-term institutional quality of countries explains the variation in capital flows across countries. Even though the long-term institutional quality factors are important to attract higher capital flows, none of these proxies explain the Lucas paradox (i.e., why poor countries receive relatively low levels of capital flows).
|Publication status||Published - 18 Sept 2016|
|Event||Rimini Conference in Economics and Finance - Waterloo, Canada|
Duration: 16 Sept 2016 → 18 Sept 2016
|Conference||Rimini Conference in Economics and Finance|
|Period||16/09/16 → 18/09/16|