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1 1 Financial Deepening and Economic Development in Nepal : A Forward Looking CGE Model with Financial Intermediation Dr. Keshab R Bhattarai University of Hull

2 2 Research Questions Is it possible to construct a Multisectoral Forward Looking Dynamic General Equilibrium Model? What are the efficiency and redistribution impacts of liberalisation of the financial sector in Nepal? Do rural households gain more than urban households from liberalisation?

3 3 Main Characteristics of the Nepalese Economy Low productivity, low income and widespread poverty High population growth rate High illiteracy and low level of human capital development Low level of capital accumulation Small open economy heavily influenced by a single neighbour in the South (prices, exchange rates, financial sector policies) Land-locked and high cost economy Under developed financial markets

4 4 Sources of Financial Sector Distortions Sector Specific distortions FOOD-CROP 0.591 CASH-CROP 0.591 FOOD-PROC 0.591 TEXTILES 0.578 CHEMICAL 0.536 CAPITAL 0.424 TRANSPORT -0.047 ELECTRIC -0.157 CONSTRUCT -0.336 TOURISM 0.161 SERVICES 0.011 PUBLIC -1.118

5 5 Low Income Low Saving Low Investment Low Capital Stock Low Producitivit y Vicious Circle of poverty: Development Problem

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7 7 Consumers: Urban and Rural Households with infinite lives Utility each period Welfare over the period Government Tourists Intermediaries in only in Blackhole Model Producers: Investors: Capital and Investment goods Production Firms/Industry: Goods and Services (11 Sectors) Public Goods Tourism Traders: Exporters Nepal-India Market Third Countries Importers Nepal-India Market Third Countries Structure of the Model

8 8 Nested Structure of Production In the Economy

9 9 Consumers Problem and Demand

10 10 Producer and Investors Problem

11 11 Armington Conditions for Trade

12 12 Definition of a Competitive Equilibrium in the Economy

13 13 Calibration of the Model

14 14 Calibration of the Model PARAMETER TAU CALIBRATED SPREAD IN CAPITAL RENTS FOOD-CROP 0.591 CASH-CROP 0.591 FOOD-PROC 0.591 TEXTILES 0.578 CHEMICAL 0.536 CAPITAL 0.424 TRANSPORT -0.047 ELECTRIC -0.157 CONSTRUCT -0.336 TOURISM 0.161 SERVICES 0.011 PUBLIC -1.118 Financial Distortions in the Benchmark

15 15 Path Algorithm: Basics

16 16

17 17 Borrowing Lending Scenarios Blackhole Scenario

18 18 Conditional Growth in the Blackhole Scenario

19 19 Conditional Growth in Non-Steady State Scenario

20 20 Summary of Structure of the Scenarios

21 21 Table 5.6 Base year Ratios UrbanRural Saving to income0.15150.0132 Income tax rate0.02060.0208 Net transfer abroad to income0.12980.0 Remittance to income0.05650.0266 Capital income to total income0.52500.6053 Source: Nepal SAM 1990/91, appendix 5.1 Base Year Parameters from Nepal SAM, 1991

22 22 Conclusion of the Study

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25 25 Capital Stock in Food-Crop Sector Under Different Model Assumptions BlkholeCapflowNONSSBOPCO N Baseline 199011111 19911.4031.4061.3651.020.99 19921.671 1.6131.041.008 19931.7451.7461.6911.0611.029 ….. 20082.52.5052.5381.4281.447 20092.552.5552.5991.4571.481 20102.62.6052.661.4861.516 20112.6512.6562.7231.5161.552

26 26 Ratio of Utility Level of Rural Households to Utility Level of Urban Households Partial Liberalization BlkholeCapflowNONSSBOPCO N Baseline 19901.5321.4721.2711.0000.895 19911.5411.4811.2791.0000.896 19921.5471.4871.2861.0000.896 19931.5441.4841.2831.0000.896.. 20201.5331.4741.2621.0000.890 20211.000 20221.000 20231.000 20241.000 20251.000

27 27 Ratio of Utility Level of Rural Households to Utility Level of Urban Households Complete Liberlaization BlkholeCapflo w NONS S BOPC ON Baselin e 19902.631 2.0781.0000.895 19912.642 2.0891.0000.896 19922.648 2.0981.0000.896... 20231.000 2.0801.000 20241.000 2.0781.000 20251.000 2.0781.000

28 28 References Aurbach Alan J. and L. J. Kotlikoff (1987), Dynamic Fiscal Policy. Cambridge University Press. Bhattarai Keshab R (1997) Financial Deepening and Economic Development in Nepal :A Forward Looking CGE Model with Financial Intermediation, Ph.D. dissertation Northeastern University, Boston, Massachussetts. Buehrer Timothy S. and F. di Mauro (1993) A Computable General Equilibrium Model of Nepal, manuscript. Go Delfin S. (1993) External Shocks, Adjustment Policies and Investment in a Developing Economy: Illustrations from a forward-looking CGE model of the Philippines, Journal of Development Economics 44 229-261 Parente S.L.(1994) Technology Adoption, Learning-by-Doing, and Economic Growth, Journal of Economic Theory, 63, pp. 346-369. Rutherford Thomas F. (1995),Extension of GAMS for Complementary Problems Arising in applied Economic Analysis, Journal of Economic Dynamics and Control, 19, 1299-1324. Robinson Sherman (1991) Macroeconomics, Financial Variables, and Computable General Equilibrium Models, World Development, vol. 19, no.11, pp.1509-1523, Pergamon Press plc. Shoven John B. and J. Whalley (1984), Applied General-Equilibrium Models of Taxation and International Trade: An Introduction and Survey, Journal of Economic Literature, vol. XXII, Sept, pp.1007-1051.


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