17.3 Σύγκλιση των Οικονομιών

Βιβλιογραφία

Barro R.J. (1998) Determinants of Economic Growth: A Cross-Country Empirical Study, MIT Press Books, The MIT Press, edition 1.

Barro R.J., Sala-i-Martin X. (2003) Economic Growth, Second Edition, Cambridge, MA: MIT Press.

Lucas R. (1990) Why doesn’t Capital Flow from Rich to Poor Countries?, American Economic Review, 80 (2): 92–96.

Rodrik D. (2011) The Future of Economic Convergence, NBER Working Paper Series, Working Paper 17400.

 

Further Reading List

Altman D. (2013) Predicting the Economic Future Through Convergence: The Case of China, Open mind.

Bongardt A., Torres F. (2013) Forcing Sustainable Growth: The Issue of Convergence of Preferences and Institutions in EMU, Leibniz Information Centre for Economics Intereconomics, Leibniz Information Centre for Economics Intereconomics.

Borsi M.T., Metiu N. (2013) The evolution of economic convergence in the European Union, Discussion Paper No 28, Deutsche Bundesbank.

Dowrick S., Nguyen D.-T. (1989) OECD Comparative Economic Growth 1950-85: Catch-Up and Convergence, The American Economic Review, 79 (5), pp. 1010-1013.

ECB (2012) Convergence Report, European Central Bank.

Estrada Á., Galí J., López-Salido D. (2012) Patterns of Convergence and Divergence in the Euro Area, 13th Jacques Polak Annual Research Conference.

Gill I., Sugawara N. (2013) What can countries in central Europe do for the European Project? Complete the convergence, Vox.

Knack S., Keefer P. (1998) Why don’t poor countries catch up? A cross-national test of an institutional explanation, Economic Inquiry, Vol. XXXV, pp 590-602.

Rodrik D. (2011) Unconditional Convergence, Harvard University.

Sondermann D. (2012) Productivity in the Euro Area any Evidence of Convergence? ECB.

Verspagen B. (1991) A New Empirical Approach to Catching Up or Falling Behind, Structural Change and Economic Dynamics, 2(2).

United Nations (2000) Chapter 5, Catching Up and Falling Behind: Economic Convergence in Europe, Economic Survey of Europe, No. 1. pp. 155-187.