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Credit Constraints and Growth in a Global Economy

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Abstract

We show that in an open-economy OLG model, the interaction between growth differentials and household credit constraints—more severe in fast-growing countries—can explain three prominent global trends: a divergence in private saving rates between advanced and emerging economies, large net capital outflows from the latter, and a sustained decline in the world interest rate. Micro-level evidence on the evolution of age-saving profiles in the US and China corroborates our mechanism. Quantitatively, our model explains about a third of the divergence in aggregate saving rates, and a significant portion of the variations in age-saving profiles across countries and over time.
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Nicolas Coeurdacier, Stéphane Guibaud, Keyu Jin. Credit Constraints and Growth in a Global Economy. American Economic Review, 2015, 105 (9), pp.2838 - 2881. ⟨10.1257/aer.20130549⟩. ⟨hal-03392968⟩
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