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Otwartosc a wzrost gospodarczy - wyniki dotychczasowych badan i wnioski na przyszlosc

  • Tomasz Brodzicki

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    (Department of Economics, University of Gdansk)

Wraz z globalizacja gospodarki swiatowej stopien wzajemnego otwarcia gospodarek wzrasta, co oznacza, ¿e wzrost gospodarczy staje sie coraz w wiekszym stopniu uzale¿niony od wzajemnych zale¿nosci miedzy gospodarkami. Pomimo dominacji popularnego pogladu o korzystnym wplywie otwartosci gospodarki (liberalizacji) na wzrost zarowno nowe ujecia teoretyczne jak i wyniki dotychczasowych analiz empirycznych nie przynosza jednoznacznosci. W niniejszym opracowaniu stawiamy sobie za cel dokonanie krytycznego przegladu literatury empirycznej badajacej wplyw otwartosci gospodarki na wzrost gospodarczy wykorzystujacej ro¿norodne podejscia metodologiczne oraz ro¿ne zmienne aproksymujace otwartosc gospodarki. Obok proby odpowiedzenia na kluczowe pytanie badawcze: czy stopien otwarcia gospodarki jest istotny dla procesu jej wzrostu gospodarczego, zasadniczym celem opracowania jest wyciagniecie praktycznych wnioskow dla przyszlych prac badawczych.

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Paper provided by The Univeristy of Gdansk, Faculty of Economics, Economics of European Integration Division in its series Working Papers of Economics of European Integration Division with number 0602.

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Date of creation: Oct 2006
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