Testing models of growth - a two-sector model of the USA
AbstractThe paper makes two contributions to the literature on economic growth. Firstly, a two-sector growth model is extended to consider m -types of capital. Conditions are identified which aid classification of models as either exogenous or endogenous. Secondly, a preliminary empirical application based upon US annual data 1959-1990 finds in favour of 'observational equivalence' of exogenous and endogenous explanations of growth, whereas a 'second-round' of testing suggests weak evidence in favour of an exogenous explanation of growth.
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Volume (Year): 8 (2001)
Issue (Month): 5 ()
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