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Jungmittag, A., and Grupp, H. (2006). Dynamic Relationships between Innovation Activities and per Capita Income in Germany 1951-1999 in Comparison to 1850-1913. Jahrbücher für Nationalökonomie und Statistik, 226(2):180-207.

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Oulton, N. (2001). Measuring Capital Services in the United Kingdom. Bank of England Quarterly Bulletin, Autumn:295-309.