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Growth Accelerations Revisited

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Abstract

Hausmann, Pritchett, and Rodrik (2005) found that political regime changes, external shocks and economic reforms are statistically significant predictors of growth accelerations. Updating the data from 1992 up to 2000 and correcting for coding errors, this paper argues that the original results are fragile upon changes in period, sample, measures, and inclusion of controls. All the data are provided in a linked appendix.

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  • Guo Xu
Keywords Economic growth, economic policy, growth accelerations
Volume Number 8
Issue Number 1
Pages 39-56
File URL Growth Accelerations Revisited
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Publication year 2011

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