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Próchniak Mariusz (Szkoła Główna Handlowa w Warszawie)
Tytuł
Bariery wzrostu gospodarczego : przegląd wyników badań empirycznych
Barriers of Economic Growth : The Review of the Results of Empirical Studies
Źródło
Zeszyty Naukowe / Szkoła Główna Handlowa. Kolegium Gospodarki Światowej, 2005, nr 17, s. 76-101, tab., rys.
Słowa kluczowe
Badania naukowe, Rozwój gospodarczy, Bariery wzrostu gospodarczego, Polityka gospodarcza państwa
Scientific research, Economic development, Barriers to economic growth, State economic policy
Uwagi
summ.
Abstrakt
Niniejszy artykuł zawiera przegląd badań empirycznych w zakresie identyfikacji czynników, a co za tym idzie - także barier wzrostu gospodarczego. Bariery rozwoju poszczególnych gospodarek można postrzegać dwojako. Po pierwsze, barierami tymi będą czynniki, które są ujemnie skorelowane z tempem rozwoju gospodarczego i które w danym kraju występują w nadmiarze. Po drugie, potencjalną barierę wzrostu stanowi również niedobór czynników dodatnio skorelowanych z tempem rozwoju gospodarczego. Powoływane w bibliografii artykuły zostały w większości opublikowane w ostatnich latach, a więc opierają się na najbardziej aktualnych danych. Liczba cytowanych opracowań identyfikujących główne bariery wzrostu odpowiada w przybliżeniu częstotliwości pojawiania się w literaturze ekonomicznej badań empirycznych nad danym potencjalnym czynnikiem wzrostu gospodarczego. (fragment tekstu)

The theory of economy and empirical studies do not allow determining univocally the factors and barriers of economic growth. The models of economic growth allow to determine variables that influence the rate of real GNP growth to the greatest extent. Unfortunately, these models differ significantly in their assumptions and results. Thus, they do not allow the univocal answer for the question concerning main determinants of a production level. Also some empirical studies focusing on historical development of economy in particular countries and regions are inefficient in precise recognition of the determinant of growth. The economies differ significantly; the sources of successful economic situation are also different in particular countries. Moreover, instability of recognition of determinants of economic growth takes place not only in a cross-sectional plane, it also changes over the time. It poses even more problems with setting the actual determinant of growth. The lack of the univocal answer for the question concerning the main sources of growth means that determining precisely barriers of growth, i.e. the factors hindering economic development, is impossible. On the basis of theoretical models and empirical studies we may only estimate the existing and potential barriers of growth in particular countries, bearing in mind that our conclusion may be burdened with a significant error. The Author presents a review on empirical studies within the range of identification of factors and in turn - barriers of economic growth. These barriers create factors that are negatively correlated with the rate of economic development and which are overextended in a particular country. The potential barrier of growth presents also the shortage of factors positively correlated with the rate of economic development.(original abstract)
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