Convergence Clubs: Some Further Evidence
AbstractThis paper investigates convergence patterns among 113 market economies. Incorporating different grouping methods, both ADF (augmented Dicke-Fuller) tests and KPSS (Kwiatkowski, Phillips, Schmidt, Shin) tests are used to examine whether countries converge to the group average. The test results support the finding of a "convergence club," and specifically, that the highest income countries converge and the lowest income countries diverge. Copyright 1999 by Blackwell Publishing Ltd.
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Volume (Year): 7 (1999)
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