PAPER SERIES CAN THE AUGMENTED SOLOW MODEL EXPLAIN CHINA ’ S ECONOMIC GROWTH ? A CROSS-COUNTRY PANEL DATA ANALYSIS

@inproceedings{Ding2008PAPERSC,
  title={PAPER SERIES CAN THE AUGMENTED SOLOW MODEL EXPLAIN CHINA ’ S ECONOMIC GROWTH ? A CROSS-COUNTRY PANEL DATA ANALYSIS},
  author={Sai Jun Ding and John Knight},
  year={2008}
}
China's economy grew at an average annual real growth rate of 9 percent over the last three decades. Despite the vast empirical literature on testing the neoclassical model of economic growth using data on various groups of countries, very few cross-country regressions include China and none of them particularly focuses on the explanation of China's remarkable economic growth. We attempt to fill this gap by utilizing panel data on 146 countries over the period 1980-2000 to examine the extent to… CONTINUE READING

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