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Exports and Economic Growth

  • R. M. Sundrum
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Abstract

Economists have long been interested in the role of exports in promoting economic growth. Notwithstanding a large literature on the subject, there is still considerable confusion about both the statistical basis of the relationship and its analytical explanation. More data have recently become available. It is therefore worth reconsidering the subject once again in the light of these data.

Keywords

Economic Growth Productive Capacity Comparative Advantage Demand Factor Export Growth 
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