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Növekedési mechanizmus - növekedési modell
[Growth mechanism - growth model]

  • Simon, György
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    A tanulmány 131 országot felölelő világméretű vizsgálatra támaszkodva tárgyalja a gazdasági növekedés alapvető problémáit. A szerző új tényezők, nevezetesen a tradicionális képzettség, a föld és az ásványkincsek (olaj- és földgázvagyon) szerepének figyelembevételével általánosítja növekedési modelljét. Ökonometriai vizsgálattal bizonyítja, hogy az általánosított modell alapján válasz adható a növekedéselmélet centrális kérdésére: milyen tényezők határozzák meg a világ országai közötti óriási jövedelmi különbségeket. A modell új információt nyújt a gazdaságpolitika számára a gazdasági növekedés meggyorsításáról és a fejlett országok szintjéhez való felzárkózásról.

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    Volume (Year): XLVIII (2001)
    Issue (Month): 3 ()
    Pages: 185-202

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