Definition for : Market-based economy

In a Market-based economy, companies cover most of their financing needs by issuing financial securities (shares, bonds, Commercial paper, etc.) directly to Investors. Thus, a Market-based economy is characterised by direct solicitation of Investors' funds. Also called Capital market economy.
(See Chapter 15 The financial markets of the Vernimmen)
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