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Growth Theories in Light of the East Asian Experience

Takatoshi Ito () and Anne O. Krueger

in NBER Books from National Bureau of Economic Research, Inc

JEL-codes: F4 O4 R11 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 1995
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Chapters in this book:

East Asian Experience and Endogenous Growth Theory , pp 9-36 Downloads
Anne O. Krueger
Long-Run Growth Theories and Empirics: Anything New? , pp 37-70 Downloads
T. Srinivasan
The Open Door Policy and China's Rapid Growth: Evidence from City-Level Data , pp 73-104 Downloads
Shang-Jin Wei
Old and New Development Models: The Taiwanese Experience , pp 105-127 Downloads
Ji Chou
Debt Financing, Public Investment, and Economic Growth in Taiwan , pp 129-151 Downloads
Chen-Min Hsu
The Role of Trade and Exchange Rate Policy in Korea's Growth , pp 153-179 Downloads
Chong-Hyun Nam
The Role of the Government in Promoting Industrialization and Human Capital Accumulation in Korea , pp 181-200 Downloads
Joon-Kyung Kim, Sang Dal Shim and Jun-Il Kim
Japan's Development Cooperation and Economic Development in East Asia , pp 201-226 Downloads
Hirohisa Kohama
A Time-Series Test of the Endogenous Growth Model with Human Capital , pp 229-245 Downloads
Hak K. Pyo
Conditional Convergence in East Asian Countries: The Role of Exports in Economic Growth , pp 247-265 Downloads
Shin-ichi Fukuda and Hideki Toya
Explaining Miracles: Growth Regressions Meet the Gang of Four , pp 267-299 Downloads
William Easterly

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