Growth Determinants Revisited
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KeywordsCross country analysis; Economic growth; Economic conditions; Economic models; Human capital; growth regressions; Bayesian Model Averaging; dynamic panel estimation; limited information estimation; probability; econometrics; probabilities; equation; growth model;
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