Does Economic Freedom Boost Economic Growth in Pakistan and India?
In the process of nations’ well-being economic freedom is considered one of the prominent key factors that actively take part in economic progress. This study delves into a freedom-growth link for Pakistan and India by using the ARDL technique for the period of 1995-2015. For both countries, the results exhibit positive and statistically significant hookup in freedom-growth. The study has also suggested strategies to enhance growth via accelerating economic freedom in both countries.
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