Analysis of the sources of economic growth and TFP level in V4 countries and in Finland
We identify the sources of long-term economic growth in V4 countries and in Finland in this paper. We show the differences in productivity levels and their development over time, with following decomposition of productivity gap to technological backwardness and inefficiency. We deal with an analysis of particular V4 economies with comparison to Finland. We have revealed relatively high differences in the sources of economic growth as well as in productivity levels. We have showed that the importance of lagging behind in efficiency is high, comparing to traditional focus on technological backwardness.
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