Human capital, the structure of production and growth

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Review of Economics and Statistics, 91 (1), 66-82, 2009
To cite or link this document: Ciccone, Antonio Papaioannou, Elias
dc.contributor.other Universitat Pompeu Fabra. Departament d'Economia i Empresa 2005-11-01
dc.identifier.citation Review of Economics and Statistics, 91 (1), 66-82, 2009
dc.description.abstract Do high levels of human capital foster economic growth by facilitating technology adoption? If so, countries with more human capital should have adopted more rapidly the skilled-labor augmenting technologies becoming available since the 1970?s. High human capital levels should therefore have translated into fast growth in more compared to less human-capital-intensive industries in the 1980?s. Theories of international specialization point to human capital accumulation as another important determinant of growth in human-capital-intensive industries. Using data for a large sample of countries, we find significant positive effects of human capital levels and human capital accumulation on output and employment growth in human-capital-intensive industries.
dc.language.iso eng
dc.relation.ispartofseries Economics and Business Working Papers Series; 902
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dc.title Human capital, the structure of production and growth
dc.type info:eu-repo/semantics/workingPaper 2016-06-04T02:50:53Z
dc.subject.keyword Macroeconomics and International Economics
dc.subject.keyword human capital
dc.subject.keyword growth
dc.subject.keyword structure of production
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