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Brookings Report: The Judiciary and Economic Development (PDF)

Author: Kenneth W. Dam
March 2006

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Kenneth Dam argues in this paper that the degree of judicial independence in a country is correlated with economic growth. Better performing courts have been shown to lead to more developed credit markets. A stronger judiciary is associated with more rapid growth of small firms as well as with larger firms in the economy.

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