Telecommunications infrastructure and economic growth : An analysis of causality
Time series analyses of 31 years of US data (1958-88, inclusive) were consistent with two causal hypotheses. First, the level of US economic activity at any point in time is a reliable predictor ('cause') of the amount of US telecommunications investment at a later point in time. Second, the amount of US telecommunications investment at any point in time is a reliable predictor ('cause') of the level of US economic activity at a later point in time.
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Volume (Year): 15 (1991)
Issue (Month): 6 (December)
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