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–2016; EU15 = 100) Next, drawing on the PWT 9.0 17 , we show the relationship between the price level of GDP and per capita real GDP for a large sample of countries with population size above 1 million, and contrast the results with those for the EU25 ( Fig

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and consists of a closed population of banks in the observed 20 countries over the 1995–2014 period (however, the observations from 1995 are used only to compute the difference in the value of loans over the 1995–1996 period). The fact that the dataset

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the decimal logarithm of the dependent, as well as control variables. We rely on the following regional level controls. First, urbanisation economies are controlled for by population density ( POPDENS ), as it is commonly used in economic geography. We

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be noted, however, that China's digital ambition goes beyond economic ambitions: effective governance, the control of companies and the population are also important aspects, for which the Chinese leadership has the right tools at its disposal. Here I

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were largely fuelled by a huge and rapidly growing population ( Nofri 2015 ). For example, the traditional command system on admission and placement was abandoned so as to give schools some flexibility in enrolment. Traditionally free HE was transformed

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Acta Oeconomica
Authors: Zsolt Tibor Kosztyán, Vivien Valéria Csányi, and András Telcs

only the first, but the second, third etc. applications. We put emphasis on the students' sensitivity to the distance and econo-geographic factors, which, of course, depend on the population structure, the size and the cultural history of a given

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-term contracts as the main workforce adjustment device in response to output fluctuations. In turn, stabilization of elasticities coincided with a period of labour market tightness, when employers had difficulties in finding workers due to decreasing population

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the future welfare of the population seriously. In the meantime, it is important to distinguish between those ‘rules of the game’ vital for sound economic functioning (thoroughly examined by Kornai in various works), and those that fulfil our

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References Augusztinovics , M. ( 2005 ): Népesség, foglalkoztatottság, nyugdíj [Population, employment, pensions] . Közgazdasági Szemle 52 ( 5 ): 429 – 147 . Bajkó , A. – Maknics , A. – Tóth , K. – Vékás , P. ( 2015 ): A magyar

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1 Introduction An ageing population is an inevitable phenomenon not only in Korea but also in most Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) countries. This increase in the share of the older population could lead to a decrease

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