Finance & Development, December 1999

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Schnyder, G ? J and Skeel,. Published in Danish on the December 2nd, issue of the magazine. An official English translation of the article is available on the internet. Finally, the debate on financial structure is reviewed. Is a bank-based or a market-based financial system better for promoting economic development?

New research finds that establishing a legal environment that rigorously protects the rights of investors is fundamentally more important than any considerations involving comparisons between bank-based or market-based systems. Both banks and markets provide complementary services to the economy with positive implications for economic performance.

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