Determinants of Economic Growth : Will Data Tell ? †

  title={Determinants of Economic Growth : Will Data Tell ? †},
  author={Antonio Ciccone},
Why does income grow faster in some countries than others? Most empirical research addressing this question has in common that only a few explanatory variables are considered, but differs in the variables selected (e.g., Roger C. Kormendi and Philip G. Meguire 1985; Kevin B. Grier and Gordon Tullock 1989; Robert J. Barro 1991; for a review, see Steven N. Durlauf, Paul A. Johnson, and Jonathan R. W. Temple 2005). Researchers select explanatory variables because there are almost as many candidate… CONTINUE READING
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