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Nonlinear growth in a long-run perspective

Davide Fiaschi () and Andrea Lavezzi ()

Applied Economics Letters, 2004, vol. 11, issue 2, 101-104

Abstract: This study analyses the pattern of long-run growth of a cross-section of countries, adopting the distribution dynamics approach. The relationship between growth rates and income levels appears first increasing and then decreasing, indicating the existence of different growth regimes.

Date: 2004
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