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Productivités et externalités des dépenses publiques

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[fre] Productivités et externalités des dépenses publiques : une étude économétrique sur séries temporelles pour l'Inde et le Pakistan . par Rémy Herrera . Cet article propose une estimation économétrique sur séries temporelles des contributions productives et des effets de productivités factorielles relatives et d' externalités des secteurs publics d'infrastructures, d'éducation santé et de consommation. Cette estimation est effectuée dans le cadre d'un modèle d'offre augmenté de type Feder Ram, à partir de données budgétaires pour l'Inde (1960-1993) et le Pakistan (1972-1993), entièrement reconstituées. Les résultats font apparaître : une contribution à la croissance et un différentiel de productivité (par rapport au secteur privé) positifs du capital public dans les deux pays ; des effets positifs de productivité et sous certaines spécifications d'externalité du capital humain en Inde seulement ; aucun impact de la consommation publique sur la croissance en longue période. [eng] Productivity and Externalities of Public Expenditure: . An Econometric Study of Time Series for India and Pakistan . by Rémy Herrera . This article uses time series data to propose an econometric estimation of output contributions and effects of relative factor productivity levels and externalities in the public infrastructure, health and education and consumption sectors. The estimation is carried out in the framework of an enhanced Feder-Ram supply model using fully reconstituted budget data from India (1960-1993) and Pakistan ( 1 972- 1 993). The results find: 1) a contribution to growth and a positive productivity differential (compared to the private sector) for public capital in both countries; 2) positive productivity effects and, under certain specifications, positive human capital externalities in India alone; 3) public consumption has no effect on growth in the long run.

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  • Rémy Herrera, 1997. "Productivités et externalités des dépenses publiques," Économie et Prévision, Programme National Persée, vol. 131(5), pages 145-153.
  • Handle: RePEc:prs:ecoprv:ecop_0249-4744_1997_num_131_5_5890
    Note: DOI:10.3406/ecop.1997.5890
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