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    Süreçlerimiz 03.05.2017 Tarihinden itibaren Dergipark sistemi üzerinden devam edecektir. Değerlendirilmesini istediğiniz çalışmalarınızı http://dergipark.gov.tr/ckuiibfd adresinden dergimize iletebilirsiniz.

     

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Abstract



Financial system supports economic growth, while its regulatory framework provides stability for investors. However, inflexible regulation tends to slow down the economic progress, making developing countries less attractive to investors and closed to financial innovations. Developing countries with predominantly bank-oriented financial systems are not attractive to investors, so prolonged status quo leads to further economic deterioration. Thus, it is essential the countries consider steps towards financial liberalization, which will help open the borders for capital flows and attract new investments. While financial liberalization affects all sectors of the economy and directly influences growth, it does not guaranty it. The removal of financial restrictions could affect capital distribution, increase volatility, create challenges for banks, and make investors nervous. The main goal of this paper is to analyse and critique the process of financial liberalization in developing countries and to motivate the policy makers to consider available lessons when creating their balanced approach to financial (de)regulation processes towards financial development, openness, and integration in the global financial landscape.



Keywords
financial liberalization, financial regulation, economic development, developing countries



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