A note on modelling economic growth determinants in the Dominican Republic
Susan Pozo (),
José Sánchez-Fung () and
Macroeconomics and Finance in Emerging Market Economies, 2011, vol. 4, issue 1, pages 35-41
The article models economic growth determinants in the Dominican Republic. The exercise considers a panel of 25 candidate explanatory variables observed during the last three decades of the twentieth century. The time series are selected on the basis of economic theory and previous findings in the cross-country empirical growth literature. The modelling reveals that the annual growth rate of real gross domestic product per capita is, on average, inversely associated to a proxy for market distortions, and positively related to government expenditure, economic growth in the United States of America, and an index of globalization comprising international trade and migration variables.
Keywords: economic growth determinants; automatic model selection; Dominican Republic (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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