2 edition of Determinants of economic growth in developing countries found in the catalog.
Determinants of economic growth in developing countries
Canada. Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade.
1994 by Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade in Ottawa .
Written in English
|Statement||by Richard E. Mueller ... [et al.].|
|Series||Policy staff paper ; 94/08|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||42 p. : ill. ; 28 cm.|
|Number of Pages||42|
Start studying Chapter 16 Economic Growth. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. developing countries= % growth of real gdp. this growth rate might not seem substantial, but it is. The determinants of Growth pg Pro-poor growth is essential for sustainable poverty reduction in developing countries. This volume examines determinants of pro-poor growth in a sample of developing countries, among the critical issues highlighted by the country cases are the role and measurement of growth and inequality for poverty reduction, the role of agriculture as well as non/farm employment in generating pro-poor.
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Third, it identifies potential economic growth determinants through an econometric model that uses panel data after examining all the observable variables; and, finally, it ends up by presenting the main challenges for the developing economies to overcome the : Mohan L.
Lakhera. This book is essentially a report on a series of analyses of the determinants of growth, democracy, civil liberties, and inflation.
As a statistical analysis with interpretation, it is excellent. If you want to know what factors really affect these variables, you will find answers by: Research on economic growth has exploded in the past decade.
Hundreds of empirical studies on economic growth across countries have highlighted the correlation between growth and a variety of variables. Determinants of Economic Growth, based on Robert Barro's Lionel Robbins Memorial Lectures, delivered at the London School of Economics in Februarysummarizes this important.
DETERMINANTS OF ECONOMIC GROWTH 15 totaled about $ billion, or close to 73 percent of global income of $ tril-lion. Sixty years later, inthe developed world had only 19 percent of the global population and about 44 percent of global income.
Inan average person in a developing economy earned in constantFile Size: KB. Downloadable. Abstract. Over the past decade, most emerging and transition economies are experiencing fast growth, which is above the world average, and a consistent institutional change.
The aim of this paper is twofold. First of all, a cross-country analysis of a group of emerging and transition economies in the period will be carried out in order to understand what determines such.
The Political Channels to Economic Growth. As the recent empirical literature on economic growth shows, economic growth in many developing countries involves discrete and quantitatively massive transitions between periods of high growth, periods of negative (p) growth, and periods of stagnation.
To fix our ideas on transition paths around growth regimes, we provide a simple sketch of these. Economic growth in the MENA countries is different from that of other regions, and investment for transiting to a knowledge-based economy is an important issue in MENA region.
Author: Terry Roe. The Main Determinants of Economic Growth: An Empirical Investigation with Granger Causality Analysis for Greece Article (PDF Available) in European Research Studies Journal IX(). economic growth. Determinants of economic growth The determinants of economic growth are inter-related factors influencing the growth rate of an economy.
There are six major factors that determine growth Determinants of economic growth in developing countries book for of them been grouped under supply determinants and the other two are efficiency and Size: 96KB. The focus on human capital as a driver of economic growth for developing countries has led to undue attention on school attainment.
Developing countries have made considerable progress in closing considered the determinants of skills, typically measured by achievement tests.5 Thus, this line of research has focused on how achievement, A, is File Size: KB.
Economic growth across countries during the last 30 years or so has displayed 'dual' divergence between developed and developing countries, and among developing countries. The structural transformation has been either slow or of an anomalous nature.
The study addresses these and suggests how they can catch-up with developed world. In the study of a large number of developing countries about the effects of FDA on domestic investment and economic growth, Meningitis and Adams () have observed that FDA is positively and statistically significantly correlated with the economic growth, and that FDA as had a greater impact in Asian than in other developing countries.
When the issue of economic growth and development of a country is raised, one has to take into account that the flourishing growth of smallholder farmers' cooperatives.
Here, the concept of market linkage among and between those small holding cooperatives is unquestionable to solve the marketing failures in the contemporary situations in the Author: Seifu Gebrehiwet Gebremichael. This observation was confirmed in a major study by the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD), The material in this section is based on Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development, The Sources of Economic Growth in OECD Countries, whose members are listed in Table "Growing Disparities in Rates of.
Thus rapid growth of population by causing lower rate of saving and investment tends to hold down the rate of economic growth in developing countries.
Thus, under conditions like those in India population growth actually impedes economic development rather than facilitates it. Downloadable.
Purpose – We assess growth determinants in the BRICS (Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa) and MINT (Mexico, Indonesia, Nigeria and Turkey) fast-developing nations for the period Particular emphasis is laid on the bundling and unbundling of ten governance dynamics.
Design/methodology/approach- Contemporary and non-contemporary Fixed- and Random. determinants for sustained economic growth in developing countries. This paper also presents a wide-ranging examination of both theoretical and empirical evidence on the many ways macroeconomic policies affect growth.
Most studies have shown that a macroeconomic policy framework conducive to growth is a necessity. Countries with strong. Determinants of Economic Growth: A Cross-Country Empirical Study Robert J. Barro. NBER Working Paper No. Issued in August NBER Program(s):Economic Fluctuations and Growth Empirical findings for a panel of around countries from to strongly support the general notion of conditional convergence.
inequality.7 In many developing countries, rates of inequality are similar to or lower than in developed countries.
A series of studies using cross-country data all suggest that growth has neither a positive nor a negative effect on inequality.8 3 Lin (), Economic Growth, Incom e Inequality, and P overty R ducti n in People's Republic of China.
Recent evidence on the role of cognitive skills in promoting economic growth provides an explanation for the uncertain influence of human capital on growth. The impact of human capital becomes strong when the focus turns to the role of school by: Determinants of Economic Growth, based on Robert Barro's Lionel Robbins Memorial Lectures, delivered at the London School of Economics in Februarysummarizes this Hundreds of empirical studies on economic growth across countries have highlighted the correlation between growth and a variety of variables/5.
This volume is a collection of selected empirical studies on determinants of economic growth in Africa. Grouped into three parts, chapters examine the influence of financial sources and economic growth; sources of productivity growth; and prices, exchange rates and trade relationships with growth in regions in Africa or the continent as a whole.
important role in achieving rapid economic growth in developing countries. The fact is that developing countries have not been considered as favorable destinations for FDI, as FDI mostly goes to developed countries. Moreover, among the developing countries, a few countries, such as China, India, Nigeria and Sudan are the major FDI recipient countries.
The rest of the developing countries. This observation was confirmed in a major study by the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD), The material in this section is based on Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development, The Sources of Economic Growth in OECD Countries, whose members are listed in Table "Growing Disparities in Rates of.
Determinants of Economic Growth in Nigeria Kazeem B. Ajide1 economic growth in both the developed and developing countries alike with varying emanated empirical outcomes generated ranging from positive, negative and /or at best mixed.
One of the main sources of divergences Size: KB. The economic growth rate is calculated from data on GDP estimated by countries' statistical agencies. The rate of growth of GDP per capita is calculated from data on GDP and people for the initial and final periods included in the analysis of the analyst.
Long-term growth. Living standards vary widely from country to country, and furthermore the change in living standards over time varies. World Governance Survey Discussion Paper 7 July THE BUREAUCRACY AND GOVERNANCE IN 16 DEVELOPING COUNTRIES Goran Hyden, Julius Court and Ken Mease1 Introduction Assessing Governance Bureaucracy and Economic Growth,ﬂ in World Politics, vol.
51 (July ), pp. Determinants of Economic Growth in East Asia: A Linear Regression Model Elizabeth Kowalski '00 Illinois Wesleyan University This Article is brought to you for free and open access by The Ames Library, the Andrew W.
Mellon Center for Curricular and Faculty Development, the Office of the Provost and the Office of the by: 2. Factors Affecting Economic Growth in Developing Countries. Parash Upreti. BSTRACT. This paper aims to identify the factors affecting economic growth in developing countries.
It uses cross-country data for 76 countries from,and A high volume of exports, plentiful natural resources, longer life expectancy,Cited by: 7. Economic growth is a short-term process which takes into account yearly growth of the economy. But if we talk about economic development it is a long term process.
Economic Growth applies to developed economies to gauge the quality of life, but as it is an essential condition for the development, it applies to developing countries also. This paper examines a modified version of the flexible accelerator theory of investment with particular reference to developing countries.
The empirical results for five countries tend to confirm that government investment, the change in bank credit to the private sector and capital inflow to the private sector play important roles in determining private by: Structural Change: Pace, Patterns and Determinants Pedro M.
Martins United Nations Economic Commission for Africa Abstract This paper provides a comprehensive assessment of structural change in the world economy. The analysis relies on a newly-constructed dataset comprising countries and 30 variables covering the period from to is a platform for academics to share research papers.
The study follows Structural Vector Auto Regression (SVAR) approach proposed by the so-called AB-model of Amisano and Giannini () to find out relevant macroeconomic determinants of economic growth in Pakistan.
Annual data is taken from World Development Indicators (CD-ROM, ) for the period The widely-used Schwarz information criterion and Akaike information criterion is Author: Muhammad Ajmair, Khadim Hussain, Faisal Azeem Abbassi, Zahra Masood Bhutta.
The objective of this study is to examine a set of indicators which are valid and indicative of financial instability in the case of developing countries.
A panel data of 17 developing countries during the period – is utilized. The credit growth is used as a proxy of financial : Duc Hong Vo, Vuong Minh Nguyen, Phat Quang-Ton Le, Thach Ngoc Pham. In this section, we review the main determinants of economic growth.
We also examine the reasons for the widening disparities in economic growth rates among countries in recent years. As we have learned, there are two ways to model economic growth: (1) as an outward shift in an economy’s production possibilities curve, and (2) as a shift to.
1 Determinants of Foreign Direct Investment and Its Impact on Economic Growth in Developing Countries Dr. Khondoker Abdul Mottaleb* Abstract: By bridging the gap between domestic savings and investment and bringing. diversity for developing and developed countries with new empirical evidence, and tests the determinants of this diversity with econometric techniques.
Estimates are presented on a sample of 64 developing countries and 19 developed countries in a period from the s through the s.
Investment is considered as a crucial element of economic growth and post development agendas. The main aim of this study is to assess the determinants of private investment.
For this purpose, concentrated and careful literature review was done on 11 papers conducted in nine African countries. Eight variables were considered for analysis. The determinants of military expenditures in developing countries. This paper first discusses the results of various quantitative studies of the impact of military spending on economic growth in developing countries.
It concludes that there is little doubt that this impact is generally by:. institutional features also figure prominently as empirical determinants of growth.
A growing body of literature tries to explain the recent growth experience of low income countries and more specifically, African countries. Some recent studies include Guerguil and others (), IMF (), IMF (), Jaunky (), Johnson, Ostry, and.Determinants of FDI Inflows in Developing Countries: A Dynamic Panel Approach: /ch In the era of globalization, FDI plays an important role as it intensifies the interaction among the countries, regions, and firms.
FDI is playing a crucialAuthor: Dinesh Kumar Choudhury, Prabhakara Rao. This paper aims to identify the factors affecting economic growth within CEMAC countries. A high volume of exports, plentiful natural resources, longer life expectancy, and higher investment rates have positive impacts on the growth of per capita gross domestic product developing by: 1.