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Do openness and human capital accumulation promote economic growth? While intuition argues yes, the existing empirical … factor productivity that include, among many others, human capital, openness, and distortion of domestic prices relative to … price distortion and increasing openness. Human capital plays a smaller role in enhancing growth through total factor …
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The role of regulatory quality as one of the so-called deep determinants of growth has emerged as an important issue in … economic research in the past 20 years. The positive or negative growth effects of a countryś regulatory framework are …. Therefore, the two potential determinants to growth might be interlinked. So far there is very little empirical evidence on the …
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show a significant impact of openness on productivity growth. We find also an effect, significant at the ten per cent level … MENA countries. To answer the question: whether either human capital or openness can be shown to cause productivity, we use …, of the level of human capital on the level of income but no effect on underlying productivity growth. Our preferred …
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This paper gives a conceptual overview of the openness and vulnerability, sharing which in both cases respectively … depends on economic policy and on structural factors, independent from policy. It focuses on openness policy, proposed to be … measured by the residual of an openness function estimated only from structural factors, and on structural vulnerability …
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developments assesses whether an acceleration of productivity growth, the touchstone of the New Economy, is likely to occur in … institutional changes such as product and labour market deregulation have served as catalysts for growth. He then looks at the role … concludes that an acceleration in productivity in Europe is likely, as is a continuation of strong productivity gains in the …
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Do openness to trade and higher levels of human capital promote faster productivity growth? That they do is a key … on productivity growth. If the level of openness of an economy is doubled the underlying rate of technical progress will … the level of income but no effect on underlying productivity growth. Our preferred estimator combines high and low …
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Do openness to trade and higher levels of human capital promote faster productivity growth? That they do is a key … on productivity growth. If the level of openness of an economy is doubled the underlying rate of technical progress will … the level of income but no effect on underlying productivity growth. Our preferred estimator combines high and low …
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Do openness to trade and higher levels of human capital promote faster productivity growth? That they do is a key … on productivity growth. If the level of openness of an economy is doubled the underlying rate of technical progress will … the level of income but no effect on underlying productivity growth. Our preferred estimator combines high and low …
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