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OECD Papers Supplement - OECD Growth Project Background Papers 2

OECD Papers Supplement - OECD Growth Project Background Papers 2

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20 June 2001
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This volume is the second of a series of Supplements to OECD Papers gathering together the background papers for the OECD Growth Project.
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Table of Contents

-11. Raising the Speed limit: US Economic Growth in the Information Age, by Dale Jorgenson and Kevin Stiroh
-12. Human Capital in Growth Regressions: How Much Difference does Data Quality Make?, by Angel de la Fuente and Rafael Doménech
-13. Growth Effects of Education and Social Capital in the OECD Countries, by Jonathan Temple
-14 Trade and Growth: Still Disagreement about the Relationship, by Robert Baldwin
-15. The Great Reversals: the Politics of Financial Development in the 20 th Century, by Raghuram Rajan and Luigi Zingales
-16. Determinants of Long-term Growth: a Bayesian Averaging of Classical Estimates (BACE) Approach, by Gernot Doppelhofer, Ronald Miller and Xavier Sala-I-Martin
-17. Aggregate Growth: What have we Learned from the Microeconomic Evidence?, by John Haltiwanger
-18. Inward Investment and Technical Progress in the UK Manufacturing Sector, by Florence Hubert and Nigel Pain
-19. Mobilising Human Resources for Innovation, by M. Cervantes
-20. Entry, Exit and Aggregate Productivity Growth: Micro Evidence on Korean Manufacturing, by Chin-Hee Hahn
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