The Relationship Between Government Size and Economic Growth: Evidence From a Panel Data Analysis
Using a panel data analysis, the relationship between government size and economic growth is investigated for the 1994-2001 period. The results show that relatively small sizes of government are detrimental to economic growth, while medium sized government affects it positively.
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