Publisher: Bucharest Faculty of management. Academy of economic studies
Journal: volume 4,issue 3 September,pages18-24
Subject: Exogenous and Endogenous models, Panel Data, and United States | Endogenous models | Panel Data | United States | Exogenous models
The purpose of this article is to investigate the relationship between economic growth, globalization and trade. The manuscript uses the assumptions of the economic growth exogenous and endogenous models. It introduces new proxies for explain the economic growth as in i... View more
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