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Gaviria Ríos,Mario Alberto;
Cuadernos de Economía , 2007,
Abstract: a model of endogenous growth is developed in this work, based on robert lucas?s approach (1988), considering two effects regarding accumulating human capital: each person?s internal impact on productivity and the external impact regarding their contribution to the other production factors? productivity. lucas? proposal is complemented by breaking the technological factor down into two components (exogenous and endogenous) according to human capital?s interaction with technological change.
Human Capital Investment and Economic Growth in Nigeria: A Long-Run Path
A. Adelowokan Oluwaseyi
Pakistan Journal of Social Sciences , 2012, DOI: 10.3923/pjssci.2012.188.194
Abstract: Human capital investment has been seen as impetus to sustainable economic growth and this has necessitated the increase in government spending by major economies including Nigeria in order to achieve a steady long-run growth path and meet up with the Millenium development goal target. On this basis, the effect of human capital investment on economic growth in Nigeria between a decade after independence (1970) and 2009 is examined based on the endogenous growth theory framework. Following the underlying assumptions of the Endogenous Growth Model, real output is regressed on private capital investment, government human capital investment, human capital consumption and openness to trade. The time series of the variables were examined using the Augmented Dickey-Fuller unit root test and all of the series were found non-stationary at levels excluding population growth of economic active. Engle-Granger Cointegration test result revealed that there is long-run growth path between human capital investment and economic growth in Nigeria. However, the result of the cointegrating regression indicated that capital investment from the private and public sector and human capital consumption tends to be important factors that enhance real economic growth in Nigeria. While growth of economic active population and economic openness exert negative influence on economic growth in Nigeria.
Impacto da redu??o de impostos sobre o trabalho, capital e consumo no crescimento económico da Uni?o Europeia dos 15
Economia Global e Gest?o , 2011,
Abstract: this article aims to investigate whether a reduction in taxes on labor, capital and consumption can permanently affect economic growth, validating the endogenous growth model or, by contrast, affect only the level of output (exogenous growth theory). using the effective tax rates by economic functions, estimated by martinez-mongay (2000) on a time-series dynamic model, which allow studying short and long term effects, the results for 14 member states of the eu15, in the period 1970-2000, seem to be consistent with the endogenous growth paradigm. in particular, cuts in labor and capital taxes could stimulate long-run growth.
La importancia de la educación en el desarrollo: la Teoría del Capital Humano y el Perfil Edad - Ingresos por Nivel Educativo en Viedma y Carmen de Patagones, Argentina
Revista Pilquen , 2010,
Abstract: this article shows the importance of education and human resources investment, source of income generation, economic growth and development. for this purpose, studies the human capital theory and endogenous growth models, which consider the knowledge and human capital as determinants of economic growth in the long term and justify the state`s intervention due to the presence of externalities. the paper also discusses the theoretical and empirical relationship education - income by education levels and public and private sectors of the comarca viedma - carmen de patagones, based on data from the household survey provided by the indec.
R&D Direction and North-South Diffusion, Human Capital, Growth, and Wages  [PDF]
óscar Afonso
Economics Research International , 2011, DOI: 10.1155/2011/401928
Abstract: This paper highlights some recent components related to the endogenous growth literature; in particular, (i) research and development progress, direction, and diffusion; (ii) human-capital accumulation; (iii) wage inequality; (iv) nonscale economic growth, showing how each one has been treated by the existing seminal literature and the expected impact of bringing them together. The connection of the different components is mainly done by involving the leading literature on North-South technological-knowledge diffusion by imitation under trade, and the prevailing literature on intra- and intercountry wage inequality. 1. Introduction This paper stresses some recent components related to the endogenous growth literature; in particular, research and development (R&D) direction and diffusion, human capital, and wages. We show how each one has been treated by the seminal literature and the expected impact of bringing them together, which represents a gap in the literature. Bearing in mind the richness and variety of the endogenous growth literature, the paper starts by providing an integrating view of the nature of the growth generating processes. Some models consider that physical capital and long-run growth are connected to the attainment of a nondeclining marginal productivity of capital. One mechanism for achieving this involves the inclusion of human-capital accumulation. Another relies on the elimination of the diminishing returns to capital from the production function. And yet another entails the introduction of technological-knowledge progress. Technological-knowledge progress is also considered in growth models without physical capital, where long-run growth is thus not induced by nondeclining marginal productivity of capital. It is usually assumed that endogenous growth theory is based on dynamic, general equilibrium models, where growth is mainly driven by human-capital accumulation and/or technological knowledge arising from R&D. This paper stresses studies with endogenous accumulation of human-capital and technological-knowledge—for example, Jones [1], Arnold [2], Blackburn et al. [3], Funke and Strulik [4], and Redding [5] (the latter extends the study of [6] whereas the others extend that of [7]). To treat international technological-knowledge diffusion, at least two countries and one diffusion channel should be considered. To allow for scale-invariant endogenous growth and human-capital accumulation, inter-country technological-knowledge diffusion by imitation under trade is emphasised. Thus, the paper calls for various components and the aim
An Introduction on the Role of Organization Capital for the Enterprise’s Endogenous Growth  [PDF]
Hui Wang
Journal of Service Science and Management (JSSM) , 2016, DOI: 10.4236/jssm.2016.93029
Abstract: The value of enterprise substantially depends on its ability of value creation in the future. Enterprise value creation relies on the external resources, but its own endogenous ability also becomes more and more important. This paper utilizes the concept of organization capital to survey enterprise’ core competitive ability and the growth of the enterprise value, which provides a new view for analysis of the enterprise endogenous growth.
Research on the Contribution of Female Human Capital in Economic Growth in Guangdong Province  [PDF]
Langhua Guan
Modern Economy (ME) , 2019, DOI: 10.4236/me.2019.104087

This paper uses the statistical data from 1997 to 2015 to calculate the female human capital stock in Guangdong Province, and empirically analyzes the contribution rate of female human capital to Guangdong’s output and its comparison with men. At the same time, it empirically analyzes the contribution of female human capital stocks at different levels to Guangdong’s economic growth, studies the correlation between women’s education levels and economic growth, and examines the differences in the impact of male and female human capital on economic growth. The research results show that female human capital is an important factor affecting Guangdong’s economic growth. Male human capital has a greater impact than female human capital. Female human capital at different educational levels has different effects on economic growth. In order to promote economic and social development, we should increase the awareness of gender equality and strengthen the attention and investment in women’s human capital.

Essay on International Financial Crisis and Endogenous Growth Theory  [PDF]
Boris Molochny
International Journal of Economic Sciences and Applied Research , 2009,
Abstract: This paper reviews endogenous growth theories in the light of the modern reality. It seems that economies which are similar in technologies and preferences are expected to converge to the same level of per capita income. The question “How are repetitions of financial crisis best predicted?” is still not answered. It also seems that combining of these models in a singular theory of business coexistence between neo-classical growth models during “Peace time”, and unpredicted forces and engines, which move economics during “Crisis time”, provide a treatment solution.
Social Dependency Ratio,Capital Accumulation and Economic Growth

- , 2016,
Abstract: 通过世代交叠模型和内生经济增长理论,将人力资本投资和储蓄内生化,考察社会抚养比对资本积累和经济增长的影响,并利用我国1994~2012年的省级面板数据进行实证检验。结果表明:我国少儿抚养比增加促进人力资本积累进而促进经济增长的作用小于其抑制物质资本积累进而阻碍经济增长的作用;老年抚养比的增加先后“阻碍-促进-阻碍”了我国的经济增长;总抚养比与我国的经济增长负相关。
Based on the over lapping generation model(OLG) and the theory of endogenous economic growth, this research made human capital investment and savings endogenous to explore the effect of social dependency ratio on capital accumulation and economic growth, and used the data of 1994-2012 of the 30 provinces to do an empirical test. The results indicate that the positive effects on economic growth of increased dependency ratio of children by promoting human capital accumulation was less than the inhibitory effects on economic growth by hindering the physical capital accumulation; increasing in the elderly dependency ratio hindered, promoted, and hindered the economic growth successively; overall dependency had a negative correlation with China's economic growth.
Anale : Seria ?tiin?e Economice. Timi?oara , 2012,
Abstract: The new endogenous growth theories are a very important research area for shaping the most effective policies and long term sustainable development strategies.Endogenous growth theory has emerged as a reaction to the imperfections of neoclassical theory, by the fact that the economic growth is the endogenous product of an economical system.
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