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Decomposition of ethnic heterogeneity on growth

  • Yamamura, Eiji

Empirical results from a random-effects regression model show that ethnic heterogeneity has a negative effect on growth. The negative effect is seen largely in the hampering of efficiency improvements, but not capital accumulation.

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