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). References Babetskii , I. – Campos , N. ( 2007 ): Does Reform Work? An Econometric Examination of the Reform-Growth Puzzle . Working Paper , University of Michigan

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References Abu , N. ( 2010 ): Saving-Economic Growth Nexus in Nigeria, 1970-2007: Granger Causality and Co-integration Analyses . Review of Economics and

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1 Introduction Countries have long set the goal of sustaining economic growth, which proved to be a popular topic in the economics literature. Since the 1950s, human capital has been an integral part of research on the positive impact of human

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of hexanal vapor on the growth of postharvest pathogens and fruit decay . J. Food Sci. 72 , 108 – 112 . 9. Scott , W. A. , Mishra , N. C. , Tatum , E. L. ( 1973

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References Acemoğlu , D. ( 2007 ): Introduction to Modern Economic Growth . Princeton : Massachusetts Institute of Technology

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300 315 Grundler, W., Kaiser, F. (1992) Experimental evidence for coherent excitations correlated with cell growth. Nanobiology 1 , 163

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References Autio , E. – Sapienza , H. J. – Almeida , J. G. ( 2000 ): Effects of Age at Entry, Knowledge Intensity, and Imitability on International Growth . Academy

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As the quotes above illustrate, tax reform proposals are often given the “growth-friendly” label by their supporters. Recently, the growth argument has been coupled with concerns for social justice, given the mounting evidence on growing income

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Agenor, P. - Neanidis, K. (2011): The Allocation of Public Expenditure and Economic Growth. The Manchester School , 79(4): 899–931. Neanidis K

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The task of economics is apparently changing. After confronting the limits to growth, the economic interests, methods and thoughts, even its use of words and concepts are slowly but persistently modified. The discussion of “equilibrium” is replaced by the concern for a “sustainable path”. Instead of finding out how to produce “more” it looks for “better”, “cheaper” and “recyclable” commodities. Labor saving serves by and large the reduction of the working week and transformation of the life-cycle instead of surplus-production. The markets of developed countries are more easily glutted and their recessions deeper. The ever louder and more aggressive marketing attests to all this. It is high time to renew our old ways, to revisit the aged analytical and forecasting models. The renovation of obsolete concepts is rendered necessary to facilitate the introduction of an orderly and planned future of prudence. This investigation focuses less on the seldom, perhaps never occupied point of equilibrium, rather on the behavior and motion of the economic systems in its vicinity.

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