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Title:Does public investment boost economic growth? Evidence from an open-economy macro model for India PDF Logo
Authors:Pal, Soubarna
Issue Date:2008
Series/Report no.:Cardiff Economics Working Papers E2008/24
Abstract:Using annual data for India for the period 1984-2003 and employing parametric technique (GMM), the present paper jointly determines GDP growth, real exchange rate and net foreign assets in Indian economy. There is evidence that public investment exerts a significant influence on real exchange rate and the growth rate and does so non-linearly. A comparison of the Indian estimates with those available for the UK and the USA economies is also revealing and highlights the role of governance on the effects of public investment.
Subjects:Public investment
Economic growth
Real exchange rate
Simultaneous model
Generalised method of moments
Document Type:Working Paper
Appears in Collections:Cardiff Economics Working Papers

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