2 edition of Some evidence on the export-led growth hypothesis for Ireland found in the catalog.
Some evidence on the export-led growth hypothesis for Ireland
by University College Galway, Department of Economics in Galway
Written in English
|Series||Working paper / Department of Economics, University College Galway -- no.8|
|Contributions||University College Galway. Department of Economics.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||11 leaves ;|
|Number of Pages||11|
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In this paper, I explore theoretically the links between trade and development, and survey some of the empirical evidence, focussing particularly on: regional trade agreements; the relation between trade liberalisation and economic performance, and on models of export-led growth from both the supply-side and demand-side (which are generally. arguments and provides more detailed evidence in Chapter 6 of this book. At the. end of the s, when Ireland was experiencing economic stagnation, and high. levels of unemployment and emigration, the thesis that export-led. industrialization simply created new forms of ‘dependency’ seemed highly. plausible. But the boom that began in.
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The paper tests the export-led growth hypothesis in Ireland over the last 40 years using the modern econometric analysis of nonstationary time series. Downloadable. The objective of this paper is to test for the export-led growth hypothesis in Ireland over the last 40 years using the modern econometric analysis of non-stationary time series.
We find that over Some evidence on the export-led growth hypothesis for Ireland book period there is no long-run relationship between real GDP and export volume and no evidence for the export-led growth hypothesis either.
Downloadable (with restrictions). The paper tests the export-led growth hypothesis in Ireland over the last 40 years using the modern econometric analysis of nonstationary time series. It is found that over the period there is no long-run relationship between real GDP and export volume and no evidence for the export-led growth hypothesis either.
On the FDI-led Growth Hypothesis: Empirical Evidence from Ireland. freedom or democracy and finds some evidence of a nonlinear relationship.
Export-led growth hypothesis assumed that long. The Export-Led Growth Hypothesis: New Evidence and Implications. Abstract. Previous studies on economic growth have shown that countries that relied on exports to propel their economies have been successful in achieving robust economic growth.
Feb 26, · Irish economic growth has been an interesting phenomenon for several decades. The scale of success made the modernization process in this country known as an economic miracle. Although the dynamics of economic growth in Ireland is broadly analyzed in literature, the answer to the question of the factors is justeetredehors.com: Małgorzata Szczepaniak.
Abstract. This paper empirically investigates the determinants of Chinese export performance using cross-sectional data at the industry level. We find that the export performance of different industries is significantly influenced by labour costs, foreign direct investment (FDI) and firm size, and thus open to a variety of explanations offered by traditional and new trade justeetredehors.com by: The aim of this study is to examine the impact of sectoral exports on economic growth in Turkey over the period – To this end, empirical models are estimated using panel data techniques in which quarterly data are gathered for eight sectors.
Findings in the case of the pooled panel indicate the validity of the export-led growth hypothesis. Disaggregated evidences, on the other hand Cited by: 2. The study finds mixed evidence for the export-led growth hypothesis when they use growth rates of exports and output.
While they reject the hypothesis at the aggregate level, there is some support for the ELG of certain exporting sectors (such as minerals, chemicals, plastics, metal, metal products, live animals, and meat).
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Cravo and Guilherme Mendes Resente), projeto apoio aos diálogos settoriais UE-Brasil. Editor of the text Book " Models of Balance of Payments Constrained Growth. Robert Solow developed the neo-classical theory of economic growth and Solow won the Nobel Prize in Economics in He has made a huge contribution to our understanding of the factors that determine the rate of economic growth for different countries.
“Sincenearly 30 developing countries. Is Free Trade Good or Bad for the Environment. New Empirical Evidence. By Nicolas Korves, Inmaculada Martínez-Zarzoso and Anca Monika Voicu to species such as elephants, due to trade in ivory, the deterioration of air quality in parts of China attributed to export-led growth, We use a Hausman test to test the null hypothesis that RE is Cited by: 4.
Taking Turkey’s experience as a case study, this study provides further insights into the evaluation of time-varying Granger-causal relationships in the trade openness and economic performance nexus. We reinvestigated the Granger-causal relationships between trade openness and real economic growth in Turkey for the time period –Author: Emrah I.
Çevik, Erdal Atukeren, Turhan Korkmaz. An explanation is provided where there is some evidence of the lower degree serial correlation.
This is supported by the fact that variance inflation factor (VIF), a measure of the multicollinearity, remained around for most of the variates and closer to for a few of them. This type of strategy is common in liberal market economies, which usually lack the capacities for sustained wage co-ordination and incremental innovation that make an export-led growth strategy feasible.
Therefore, although largely unacknowledged. The European debt crisis (often also referred to as the eurozone crisis or the European sovereign debt crisis) is a multi-year debt crisis that has been taking place in the European Union since the end of Several eurozone member states (Greece, Portugal, Ireland, Spain and Cyprus) were unable to repay or refinance their government debt or to bail out over-indebted banks under their.
Jan 17, · 3. Hypotheses of the study This study is designed to investigate the impact of export on economic growth of ECOWAS countries. The hypothesis is therefore postulated as follow: Ho: There is no statistically significant relationship between exports and economic growth of ECOWAS countries.
This 'Developmental Network State' has had a significant impact on the growth of Ireland's high tech cluster and is central to the emergence of an international network of 'global high tech regions' from Silicon Valley to Ireland, Taiwan, and Israel.
The book provides a detailed study of the rise of the software industry in Ireland and of the Cited by: We find clear evidence of positive impacts of education spending ratio (Educ) and growth rates (g) on ratios of exports x y and imports m y.
Fixed- and random-effect estimates presented in Table 29, Table 30 provide strong empirical evidence for the central hypothesis of this chapter: Countries that spend more on education and grow faster are Author: Keshab Bhattarai.
Claims in the recent economic literature that natural resource-based exports have a negative impact on long-term economic growth have raised some concerns about the structure and evolution of Chile’s exports.
1 Exports in Chile have been very dynamic in recent decades but have decelerated somewhat in recent years, while the structure of exports continues to be dominated by natural resources. investment. Professor Jones and the Neo-institutionalist growth theory. Rostow and the Five Stages of Growth.
Comparative growth experiences. Case studies: The U.S., Ireland, Japan, Portugal, Botswana, Ghana, Brazil, justeetredehors.com Long and summers and the cross-country evidence on long-term economic growth. The Maddison data. Natural.Aug 30, · AbstractThe growth of international trade in recent years has highlighted the importance of customs authorities as the gateway to the global market.
However, border delays and inefficiencies resulting from cumbersome documentation requirements have disrupted the flow of goods and acted as a non-tariff barrier to international trade in many African justeetredehors.com: Dennis Ndonga.In Januarythe government of Prime Minister Süleyman Demirel (who had served as prime minister –71, –78, and –80) began implementing a far-reaching reform program designed by then Undersecretary of the Prime Ministry Turgut Özal to shift Turkey's economy toward export-led growth.