Conclusions of Part I

Part of the Contributions to Economics book series (CE)


Economic Growth Human Capital Scale Effect Population Growth Rate Growth Theory 
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    Jones (1995a), (1999).Google Scholar
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    Barro and Sala-i-Martin (2004), 297.Google Scholar
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    Christiaans (2004).Google Scholar
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    See projections from OECD (2005) and OECD (2003).Google Scholar
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    Solow (1956) et al. stands for Solow (1956), Mankiw, Romer, Weil (1992) and Lindh and Malmberg (1999).Google Scholar
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    There are two surveys on age and innovations, Brasche and Wieland (2000) and Skirbekk (2003). The two papers can be a starting point to formulate a theory of age and innovation. See also Canton et al. (2002) on technology adaption of older workers and Jones (2005) on age and invention.Google Scholar
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    See OECD (1998b) and Johnson and Zimmermann (1993) on workforce ageing.Google Scholar

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