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Could the Stock Return be a Leading Indicator of the Economic Growth in the Depression? Analysis Based on Nonlinear Dynamic Panel Model

By Lee Yuan-Ming and Wang Kuan-Min

Submitted: November 4th 2015Reviewed: April 12th 2016Published: October 19th 2016

DOI: 10.5772/63629

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Lee Yuan-Ming and Wang Kuan-Min (October 19th 2016). Could the Stock Return be a Leading Indicator of the Economic Growth in the Depression? Analysis Based on Nonlinear Dynamic Panel Model, Nonlinear Systems Dongbin Lee, Tim Burg and Christos Volos, IntechOpen, DOI: 10.5772/63629. Available from:

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