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Author International Conference on Economic Growth (2000 : Academia Sinica, Taipei, Taiwan)

Title Human capital, trade and public policy in rapidly growing economies : from theory to empirics / edited by Michele Boldrin, Been-Lon Chen, Pin Wang
Published Cheltenham, UK ; Northhampton, MA : Edward Elgar, 2004

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 MELB  330.95 Bol/Hct 2000  AVAILABLE
Description xii, 300 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Series Academia studies in Asian economies
Academia studies in Asian economies.
Contents 1. Introduction : a quick reference to growth theory / Michele Boldrin, Been-Lon Chen and Ping Wang -- 2. Market structure and innovation revisited : endogenous productivity, training and market shares / Theo Eicher and Sang Choon Kim -- 3. Human capital formation and patterns of growth with multiple equilibria / Kazuo Mino -- 4. On the relationship between fertility and public education in different stages of development / Carol Lehr and Theodore Palivos -- 5. Productivity growth and catch-up in less-developed economies / Ching-Cheng Chang and Been-Lon Chen -- 6. Total factor productivity and the catching-up process / Yeun Yeun Lim and Henry Wan -- 7. Indeterminacy in a dynamic general equilibrium model of international trade / Koji Shimomura -- 8. Evaluating the quantitative effects of import restrictions - an almost neoclassical benchmark / Chung Yi Tse -- 9. Innovation in a shrinking world / Amy Jocelyn Glass -- 10. Long-run effects of financial policy in an endogenously growing economy / Been-Lon Chen, Yeong-Yuh Chiang and Ping Wang -- 11. Credit rationing, public borrowing and endogenous growth / Wai-Hong Ho -- 12. Government expenditure and social status in a two-sector model of endogenous growth / Jhy-yuan Shieh, Wen-ya Chang and Ching-chong Lai -- 13. Economic growth and the environmental Kuznets curve in Taiwan : a simultaneity model analysis / Ming-Feng Hung and Daigee Shaw
Summary "The book focuses on the forces underlying long-lasting growth in East Asia's newly industrialized countries (NICs). Drawing from the experiences of Hong Kong, South Korea, Singapore and Taiwan, it questions whether public policy can contribute to removing barriers towards accumulation of wealth and if so, what development policy should be put in place to remedy the existing distortions or market failure problems."--BOOK JACKET
Analysis Public policy
Economic growth
Rapidly growing economies
Notes A collection of original papers, the majority presented at the International Conference on Economic Growth held at the Institute of Economics, Academia Sinica, Taipei, in December 2000
Examines the forces underlying economic growth in the East Asian newly industrialized countries of Hong Kong, South Korea, Singapore, and Taiwan
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
Subject International trade -- East Asia -- Congresses.
Human capital -- East Asia -- Congresses.
Far East -- Commerce -- Congresses.
Far East -- Economic conditions -- Congresses.
Far East -- Foreign economic relations -- Congresses.
Far East -- Economic policy -- Congresses.
Genre/Form Conference papers and proceedings.
Author Boldrin, Michele, 1956-
Chen, Been-Lon, 1961-
Wang, Ping, 1957 December 5-
LC no. 2004047147
ISBN 1843768836