Does capital mobility promote economic growth? The link to education

@article{Egger2006DoesCM,
  title={Does capital mobility promote economic growth? The link to education},
  author={Hartmut Egger and Peter H. Egger and Volker Grossmann},
  journal={Journal of financial transformation},
  year={2006},
  volume={17},
  pages={28-31}
}
We provide a brief account of the ongoing debate on the relationship between international capital flows and economic growth. In particular, we argue that the current debate may be enriched by looking more closely at the relationship between these key variables and educational choice and public education policy. 

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