This folder holds the following references to publications, sorted by year and author.

There are 312 references in this bibliography folder.

Albouy, D (2008).
The Colonial Origins of Comparative Development: An Investigation of the Settler Mortality Data
National Bureau of Economic Research, Working Paper(14130).

Baltagi, B (2008).
Econometric Analysis of Panel Data
J. Wiley and Sons.

Coe, D, Helpman, E, and Hoffmaister, A (2008).
International R&D Spillovers and Institutions
CEPR, CEPR(14069).

Kapstein, E and Converse, N (2008).
The Fate of Young Democracies
Cambridge University Press, Cambridge.

Madsen, J (2008).
Semi-Endogenous Versus Schumpeterian Growth Models: Testing the Knowledge Production Function Using International Data
Journal of Economic Growth, 13:1-26.

Madsen, J (2008).
Economic Growth, TFP Convergence and the World Export of Ideas: A Century of Evidence
Scandinavian Journal of Economics, 110:145-167.

Peretto, P and Seater, J (2008).
Factor-Eliminating Technical Change
Journal of Economic Growth..

Wacziarg, R and Welch, K (2008).
Trade Liberalization and Growth: New Evidence
The World Bank Economic Review, 22(2):187-231.

Zuleta, H (2008).
Factor Saving Innovations and Factor Income Shares
Review of Economic Dynamics, 11:836-851.

Caselli, F and Feyrer, J (2007).
The Marginal Product of Capital
Quarterly Journal of Economics, 122:535-568.

Ciccone, A and Jarocinski, M (2007).
Determinants of Economic Growth: Will Data Tell?
CEPR, Discussion Paper(6544).

Cohen, D and Soto, M (2007).
Growth and Human Capital: Good Data, Good Results
Journal of Economic Growth, 12:51-76.

Denaux, Z (2007).
Endogenous Growth, Taxes and Governement Spending: Theory and Evidence
Review of Development Economics, 11:124-138.

Devereux, M and Love, D (2007).
The Effects of Factor Income Taxation in a Two Sector Model of Endogenous Growth
Canadian Journal of Economics, 27:509-536.

Ha, J and Howitt, P (2007).
Accounting for Trends in Productivity and R&D: A Schumpeterian Critique of Semi-Endogenous Growth Theory
Journal of Money, Credit and Banking, 39:733-774.

Hahn, J, Hausman, J, and Kuersteiner, G (2007).
Long Differences Instrumental Variables Estimation for Dynamic Panel Models with Fixed Effects
Journal of Econometrics, 140:597-617.

Hanushek, E and Woessmann, L (2007).
The Role of Education Quality for Economic Growth
World Bank, Policy Research Working Paper(4122).

Ulku, H (2007).
R&D, Innovation and Growth, Evidence for Four Manufacturing Sectors in OECD Countries
Oxford Economic Papers, 59:513-535.

Ulku, H (2007).
R&D Innovation and Output Evidence from OECD and Non OECD Countries
Applied Economics, 39:291-307.

Weil, D (2007).
Accounting for the Effect of Health on Economic Growth
Quarterly Journal of Economics, 122:1265-1306.

Zuleta, H and Young, A (2007).
Labor’s Shares-Aggregate and Industry-: Accounting for Both in a Model of Unbalanced Growth with Induced Innovations
Universidad del Rosario, Documentos de Trabajo(003105).

Acemoglu, D (2006).
Lecture Notes on Growth. MIT Department of Economics, mimeo
No source specified

Acemoglu, D, Johnson, S, and Robinson, J (2006).
Reply to the Revised (May 2006) Version of David Albouy: “ The Colonial Origin of Comparative Development: An Investigation of the Settler Mortality Data". MIT, mimeo, September
No source specified

Aldrich, J (2006).
When Are Inferences Too Fragile to Be Believed?
Journal of Economic Methodology, 13(2):161-177.

Batten, A and Martina, A (2006).
Diseases Dominate
Australian National University, Working Paper(470).