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Human capital, trade and public policy in rapidly growing economies: from theory to empirics

Author: Boldrin, Michele ; Chen, Been-Lon ; Wang, Ping Series: Academia studies in Asian economies Publisher: Edward Elgar , 2004.Language: EnglishDescription: 300 p. : Graphs ; 21 cm.ISBN: 1843768836Type of document: BookBibliography/Index: Includes bibliographical references and index
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Includes bibliographical references and index


Human Capital, Trade and Public Policy in Rapidly Growing Economies From Theory to Empirics Contents List of Figures List of Tables List of Contributors Foreword vii ix x xii 1. Introduction: A Quick Reference to Growth Theory Michele Boldrin, Been-Lon Chen and Ping Wang PART I HUMAN CAPITAL 2. Market Structure and Innovation Revisited: Endogenous Productivity, Training and Market Shares Theo Eicher and Sang Choon Kim 21 3. Human Capital Formation and Patterns of Growth with Multiple Equilibria Kazuo Mino 42 4. On the Relationship Between Fertility and Public Education in Different Stages of Development Carol Lehr and Theodore Palivos 65 93 5. Productivity Growth and Catch-up in Less-developed Economies Ching-Cheng Chang and Been-Lon Chen PART II TRADE 6. Total Factor Productivity and the Catching-up Process Yeun Yeun Lim and Henry Wan 129 7. Indeterminacy in a Dynamic General Equilibrium Model of International Trade Koji Shimomura 153 8. Evaluating the Quantitative Effects of Import Restrictions -- An Almost Neoclassical Benchmark Chung Yi Tse 170 196 9. Innovation in a Shrinking World Amy Jocelyn Glass vi Contents PART III PUBLIC POLICY 10. Long-run Effects of Financial Policy in an Endogenously Growing Economy Been-Lon Chen, Yeong-Yuh Chiang and Ping Wang 11. Credit Rationing, Public Borrowing and Endogenous Growth Wai-Hong Ho 12. Government Expenditure and Social Status in a Two-sector Model of Endogenous Growth Jhy-yuan Shieh, Wen-ya Chang and Ching-chong Lai 13. Economic Growth and the Environmental Kuznets Curve in Taiwan: A Simultaneity Model Analysis Ming-Feng Hung and Daigee Shaw Index 219 241 256 269 291

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