Determinants of long-run labor productivity growth: a selective survey with some new empirical results
Mark Spiegel ()
No 94-17, Working Papers in Applied Economic Theory from Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco
Using cross-country data, we review the empirical evidence concerning long-term labor and total factor productivity growth. We find that the conclusions one can draw from cross-country data are surprisingly modest. Nevertheless, we confirm the crucial role for physical capital accumulation in enhancing labor productivity growth and develop a role for human capital in an endogenous growth framework. We also find that the performances of so-called \\"ancillary variables\\" are rather insignificant in the presence of proxies for physical and human capital stocks.
Keywords: Human capital; Labor productivity (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 1994, Revised 1994
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