Oxford Review of Economic Policy volume 23, issue 1, P25-44 2007 DOI: 10.1093/oxrep/grm002 View full text
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E. Gundlach

Abstract: ABSTRACTTranslated to a cross-country context, the Solow model (Solow, 1956) predicts that international differences in steady state output per person are due to international differences in technology for a constant capital output ratio. However, most of the empirical growth literature that refers to the Solow model has employed a specification where steady state differences in output per person are due to international differences in the capital output ratio for a constant level of technology. My empirical …

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