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  • A panel Granger-causality test of endogenous vs. exogenous growth
Author
  • Jochen Hartwig
Physical Description
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  • The paper proposes a new test of endogenous vs. exogenous growth theories based on the Granger-causality methodology and applies it to a panel of 20 OECD countries. The test yields divergent evidence with respect to physical and human capital. For physical capital, the test results favor Solow-type exogenous growth theory over AK-type endogenous growth models. On the other hand, the test results lend support to human capital oriented endogenous growth models – like the Uzawa-Lucas model – rather than to the human capital augmented Solow model.
  • Exogenous growth, endogenous growth, panel Granger-causality tests
  • RePEc:kof:wpskof:09-231
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  • English
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