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IMF Working Papers
2007
INTERNATIONAL MONETARY FUND

Based on stylized evidence showing variation of the Gini coefficient of income inequality across skill cohorts and on the rapid rise in trade in technology-intensive goods, the ripple effects of technology transmission and income inequality are explored in a global Computable General Equilibrium (CGE) framework. An exogenous technology shock transmitted via trade f...

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IMF Working Papers
2004
INTERNATIONAL MONETARY FUND
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IMF Working Papers
2004
INTERNATIONAL MONETARY FUND
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IMF Working Papers
2004
INTERNATIONAL MONETARY FUND
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Journal Article
World Bank
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IMF Working Papers
2008
INTERNATIONAL MONETARY FUND

This paper offers possible explanations for three generally observed facts about fiscal policy and development: (F1) The relative size of government increases as an economy develops, (F2) The rise in government and taxation are associated with rising or constant economic growth rates, and (F3) Today's developing countries have larger government sectors than did tod...

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IMF Working Papers
2008
INTERNATIONAL MONETARY FUND

This paper offers possible explanations for three generally observed facts about fiscal policy and development: (F1) The relative size of government increases as an economy develops, (F2) The rise in government and taxation are associated with rising or constant economic growth rates, and (F3) Today's developing countries have larger government sectors than did tod...

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IMF Working Papers
2008
INTERNATIONAL MONETARY FUND

This paper offers possible explanations for three generally observed facts about fiscal policy and development: (F1) The relative size of government increases as an economy develops, (F2) The rise in government and taxation are associated with rising or constant economic growth rates, and (F3) Today's developing countries have larger government sectors than did tod...

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