Openness, Human Development, and Fiscal Policies
Delano Villanueva ()
Chapter 5 in Macroeconomic Policies for Stable Growth, 2008, pp 135-175 from World Scientific Publishing Co. Pte. Ltd.
AbstractThe following sections are included:Endogenous GrowthReduced ModelStabilityEquilibrium Capital Intensity and GrowthComparative DynamicsEffects of a Higher Saving RateEffects of Openness, Human Development Spending, and Technical ChangeEffects of Fiscal Deficits and Population GrowthOptimal Long-Run GrowthThe Speed of Adjustment Toward EquilibriumAnalytical ApproachSimulationEmpirical ApproachSummary and ConclusionsAppendix 5.A: Data Used in the StudyAppendix 5.B: The Endogenous Growth Model in a Ramsey FrameworkThe ModelThe Reduced ModelComparative DynamicsOptimal Saving RateThe Speed of Adjustment to EquilibriumConclusionReferences
Keywords: Macroeconomic Policies; Economic Growth; Macroeconomic Stabilization; External Debt Management; Financial Liberalization/Integration (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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