FDI, Policy Adjustment and Edogenous Growth: Multiplier Effects From a Small Dynamic Model for Taiwan 1959-1995
Growth in the pacific Rim countries has become the focus of much interest for both governments and economists. This paper has been partly prompted by that fact but also but also by the newly-percieved role of the FdI especially when viewed in the light of endogenous growth theory. A small, pilot, dynamic model of Taiwan formulated to link (endogenous) growth viewed from the suply side to endogenous and exogenous influences.
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