Structural Policies and Growth: Time Series Evidence from a Natural Experiment

@inproceedings{Eicher2010StructuralPA,
  title={Structural Policies and Growth: Time Series Evidence from a Natural Experiment},
  author={Theo S. Eicher and Till Schreiber},
  year={2010}
}
Documenting the long term impact of structural policies on economic performance has generated tremendous interest in the development literature. In contrast, contemporary effects of structural policies are difficult to establish. Structural policies seldom change sufficiently in the short run, and accepted instruments to control for endogeneity in cross sections are inappropriate for time series analysis. In this paper we utilize an eleven year panel of 26 transition countries to identify short… CONTINUE READING

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