Estimation and Cross-Country Comparison of Capital Stocks
While capital stock as the measure of productive capacity and the wealth of a nation figures prominently in policy analysis, capital stocks data is lacking in many countries because of the cost of data collection and other difficulties. Even in those countries where such data is compiled, the data is not always up to date. In this paper, we estimate and report the time series data for the capital stocks of 69 countries. We then use the capital stock series to assess the future growth potential of these countries.
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Volume (Year): 15 (1990)
Issue (Month): 4 ()
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