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Summary of an Informal Workshop on the Causes of Economic Growth

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  • Jonathan Temple

This paper provides a summary of an OECD workshop on the causes of economic growth, held 6-7 July 2000. The topics covered include the recent growth resurgence in the United States, the potential importance of ICT and the Internet, and the part played by continual reallocation and restructuring. The paper also discusses the growth role of education, institutions, social capital, the financial sector, international trade and foreign direct investment, and indicates how research on these topics might inform policy ... Ce document donne un résumé de l’atelier de l’OCDE sur les causes de la croissance économique qui a eu lieu les 6 et 7 juillet 2000. Les sujets de discussion traités étaient la remontée récente de la croissance aux États-Unis, l’importance potentielle des TIC et de l’Internet, et le rôle joué par la réallocation et la restructuration continuelles. Le document examine également le rôle, en termes de croissance, de l’éducation, des institutions, du capital social, du secteur financier, du commerce international et de l’investissement étranger direct, et il indique quels sont les enseignements de la recherche en ces matières pour la politique économique ...

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Paper provided by OECD Publishing in its series OECD Economics Department Working Papers with number 260.

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Date of creation: 12 Oct 2000
Handle: RePEc:oec:ecoaaa:260-en
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