Openness, domestic performance and growth
AbstractSemiparametric estimation shows that growth is contingent on openness, domestic performance and level of development. Economies with low degree of openness can adopt more open policies and stronger measures to achieve better domestic performance and hasten their growth.
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Volume (Year): 107 (2010)
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Growth Contingent relationship Semiparametric estimation;
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