Human capital formation and economic growth across the world: a panel data econometric approach

Víctor Manuel Cuevas Ahumada, Cuauhtémoc Calderón Villarreal

Resumen


En este trabajo se estiman 12 modelos dinámicos de datos en panel para evaluar el impacto del capital humano y otras variables en el crecimiento de 52 economías durante un período de 13 años, haciendo asimismo contribuciones metodológicas y empíricas para integrar los grupos de naciones y para elevar la confiabilidad de las estimaciones sin comprometer la parsimonia del modelo. La evidencia indica que el impacto del capital físico, el desarrollo institucional, el capital humano, y la productividad total de los factores en el crecimiento económico varía según el grupo de países, lo cual reviste importantes implicaciones de política económica.

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modelos dinámicos de datos en panel, crecimiento económico, formación de capital humano, productividad total de los factores, desarrollo institucional.M

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.22136/est20201466

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