English, Article edition: Farm Work, Home Work, and International Productivity Differences Douglas Gollin; Stephen L. Parente; Richard Rogerson

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  • Farm Work, Home Work, and International Productivity Differences
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  • Douglas Gollin
  • Stephen L. Parente
  • Richard Rogerson
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  • Agriculture's share of economic activity is known to vary inversely with a country's level of development. This paper examines whether extensions of the neoclassical growth model can account for some important sectoral patterns observed in a current cross-section of countries and in the time series data for currently rich countries. We find that a straightforward agricultural extension of the neoclassical growth model fails to account for important aspects of the cross-country data. We then introduce a version of the growth model with home production, and we show that this model performs much better. (Copyright: Elsevier)
  • RePEc:red:issued:v:7:y:2004:i:4:p:827-850
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