Teach your Children Well: Planting the Seeds of Education and Harvesting the Benefits of Trade
The dynamic multi-country model developed in this paper focuses on the interaction between education, international trade and economic growth. The model distinguishes between two froms of human capital, knowledge and efucation. Both are required in production. The objective is to examine how commercial and education policies may affect the extent of knowledge spillovers across countries, and the extent that these spillovers are captured by a given country.
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