Public capital, employment and productivity: An empirical investigation for Greece
Scope: The aim of this study is to bring out the importance of public employment, in the Greek economy's productivity and competitiveness. Method: A brief introduction followed by a literature review, the model adopted, the estimates and analysis of results and brief concluding remarks. Expected results: Identification of the possibilities of redistribution of employment from the public to the private sector of the economy, in the case of Greece. Originality: Better understanding of the productivity improvement and its side effects on international competitiveness and sustainable development. Usefulness for combined stabilization and sustainable development strategies.
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