Session IV

21.11.02 (-> Handout)

 

Collocations and Phraseology

 

This session will be devoted to collocations and phraseology. We will look at the two major approaches to collocation, viz. the ‘semantically-oriented’ (Hausmann, Mel’cuk) and the ‘statistically-oriented’ approach (Sinclair, Kjellmer).

 

Assignment for Session IV: Read article 7 in your reader (Phraseology: The State of the Art). Then study the following concordances of ‘economic growth’ and ‘Wirtschaftswachstum’ with a view to ferreting out translation equivalents between English and German collocations as well as compounds.

 

Economic growth

 

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. The budget projections suggest a 0.7% economic growth rate this year, followed

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ced tiny and   unemployment-creating 1% economic growth. He cited the danger of

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rest   rates. If he gets even a tiny 1% economic growth in 1993 (thus over 3.5m

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 Simon-Gobin finding.      FIGURE 34-1. Economic Growth Rates Related to Populat

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 1.3     Minimum wage .4 1.9 .2 1.1     Economic growth 1.5 .3 .2 .8     Fiscal

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 as an economic stimulus.    Table 1.1: Economic Growth in the Nitrate Era, 1870

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60s, Japan had the regular annual 10%   economic growth that doubles real income

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ial Revolution Inevitable?       10/99  Economic Growth Over the Very Long Run 

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ial Revolution Inevitable?       10/99  Economic Growth Over the Very Long Run 

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he design of research programs, 128     Economic growth, information technology

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ars. As trade barriers fell  after 1945 economic growth surged, faltering only d

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ffairs 94: 28-44.    Kuznets, S. (1955) "Economic Growth and Income Inequality."

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onsumerism (e.g., the 1950s and 1960s), “economic growth” has meant spreading th

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. 46(2):5-23.       bramovitz, M. 1962. Economic growth in the United States. Am

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eorge H. and Jerome L. Stein.     1964. Economic Growth in a Free Market. New Yo

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around 55% of all mankind. Around 1970, economic  growth in the region's develop

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ince the oil shocks of the early 1970s, economic growth has been less rapid than

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many's for the first time since  1973.  ECONOMIC GROWTH  1992 should be a more p

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 Conservatives came to office in  1979, economic growth in Japan has been double

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ercentage points higher than in 1989   -economic growth will have to continue at

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lower than it  was at the end of 1989.  Economic Growth  The OECD forecasts grow

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 Mr Martin said.    In the early 1990s, economic growth was at around 4pc while

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 one  considers that, during the 1990s, economic growth has been impressive in 

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5: 285-298.     De Gregorio, J. (1992a) "Economic Growth in Latin America." Jour

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 Development cut its forecast  for 1993 economic growth in its 24 member countri

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.             Paul M. Romer (1993).     "Economic Growth." In David R. Henderson

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002-1037.         Paul M. Romer (1993). "Economic Growth." In David R. Henderson

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Since the end of the recession in 1993, economic growth had struggled to take of

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arch  32 : 469Đ482.  Jones, C. I. 1994. Economic Growth and the Relative Price o

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 during a referendum in  November 1994. Economic growth in 1998 should be about

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esponsible for about 20 percent of 1995 economic growth.3 International trade in

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rro, R. J., and X. Sala-i-Martin. 1995. Economic Growth. New York: McGraw-Hill.

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 has cut its official forecast for 1996 economic growth, but said  conditions we

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vity remains anemic.7 From 1992 to 1997 economic growth in Japan averaged only a

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e $250 million in aid in  October 1997. Economic growth picked up in 1997 after

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91 and is likely to hit 11.5m by  1998. Economic growth means that more and more

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r 1999 for 1999  for 1999  for 1999     Economic     growth (GDP)     3.5   2-2.

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loomsbury Guide to Human Thought    2.  Economic Growth  Bloomsbury Guide to Hum

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 EC economies  enjoy an average of 2.5% economic growth for the next five years.

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a a 'fully  developed country' by 2020. Economic growth of 7.5% a year - the pla

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   DATE: 29 December 1993    PAGE: 29   Economic growth may halt yield fall;Gilt

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ritain has had at least two years of 3% economic   growth. Luckily,  because wis

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tput gap narrowed  somewhat (Figure 3). Economic growth slowed substantially in

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 Penguin Dictionary of Economics    3.  economic growth  Dictionary of Business:

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          Ulster Bank report sees 3.5pc economic growth in 2002       ADVERTISEM

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present situation in which   we have 4% economic growth and the absence of, drea

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usiness: Oxford University Press    4.  economic growth  The Penguin Dictionary

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 Janvry,  et  al.        (1989:400-404) economic growth appears to be increasing

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 Penguin Dictionary of Economics    5.  economic growth  The Macmillan Encyclope

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m yields have now  fallen to nearly 7%. Economic growth is looking stronger by t

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eraged 5.7%; the Community's was  7.4%. Economic growth in the two blocks was, o

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entral bank, GDP last  year fell by 8%. Economic growth this year is expected to

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hey have continued to do so. In 1960-80 economic growth in Britain averaged  a m

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Anderson and Robert Paul Thomas, “Economic Growth in the Seventeenth-Centu

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gress' budget rules.[30]    9. Enhanced Economic Growth. The net increased savin

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ew. Am. Econ. Rev. 40:510-20.    968    Economic Growth and Agriculture. New Yor

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n.: Yale University Press.      971     Economic Growth of Nations: Total Output

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ce of different grades of ability.''    Economic growth was central to Crosland'

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endably conservative  assumptions about economic growth, the deficit would fall

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tes  are sensitive to assumptions about economic growth, inflation, employment 

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rsus higher or lower) assumptions about economic growth and industry employment

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 term.  On reasonable assumptions about economic growth and supplies of fossil 

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because of optimistic assumptions about economic growth, a bigger than  usual re

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 in fact, outlandish) assumptions about economic growth  and interest rates came

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, even under the best assumptions about economic   growth. So substitution of a

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ritten in 1776, is largely a book about economic growth. At the time he wrote it

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heir homes'', even if this brings about economic  growth. And while he says he i

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it can become as fervent as China about economic  growth and put aside such dist

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, would tell the voters to forget about economic growth. We have reached a time

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Treasury   mandarins may tell him about economic growth now being well establish

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e not yet ready.  The talk now is about economic growth through free-trade areas

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ng to exploit investors' optimism about economic growth.  Junk bondster Michael

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 Bush mouths the right platitudes about economic growth,  family values, abortio

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ed his credibility. Predictions about   economic growth, manufacturing output an

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ics had little of interest to say about economic growth. Now this is  changing.

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no analysis. It had more to say   about economic growth in America, Japan and Eu

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l be expected to ``do something'' about economic growth and   social safety nets

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stian Democrats would rather talk about economic growth, but dare not  ignore jo

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 since 1963 business is worried   about economic growth. But Bernie Fraser, the

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 Kong stems directly from worries about economic growth in the region, it has pl

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 few days.  > Our society worries about economic growth, the development of the

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rom  the Financial Times. Writing about economic growth, Gillian Tett quotes a 

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 substantial economic aid  from abroad. Economic growth rose sharply in 1995-97,

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RESIDENT Bush's programme to accelerate economic growth is based on a  realistic

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recent times been seeking to accelerate economic growth by attracting inward inv

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             there has been accelerated economic growth and rapid industrialisat

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cy is to end the paradox of accelerated economic growth and an equally  accelera

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ncome redistribution versus accelerated economic growth: A compar-      ison of

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available". There has been accelerating economic growth since 1997 but a quarter

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ghting inflation, but by   accelerating economic growth, harnessing technology,

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prove job opportunities by accelerating economic   growth.   > Having recognised

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has considerable scope for accelerating economic growth by exploiting  its poten

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 investment with a view to accelerating economic growth, the two countries have,

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ing up inflation but also accommodating economic growth. Yet  higher rates in th

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ustomer). If some countries can achieve economic  growth with little aid, while

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lture in countries that want to achieve economic growth as cheaply as possible (

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 gratifying. The promise is to achieve  economic growth of over 3% this year whi

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d to be rooted in a strategy to achieve economic   growth, without which a dimin

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e level of interest rates now achieved, economic growth during   1993 is now for

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eping  interest rates low and achieving economic growth without letting inflatio

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city can play a vital role in achieving economic growth and susta~n- ability in

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 shares in the main stream of activity. Economic growth has been faster in almos

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ich rises and falls in step with actual economic growth. > Even though they were

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that   additional people and additional economic growth will cause us to   use m

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ra revenues are generated by additional economic growth generated by the reform.

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ally three options: to  revive adequate economic growth, to accept the costs of

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 matters relating to technical advance, economic growth, and public policy that

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e fall in growth       ADVERTISEMENT    ECONOMIC growth in Ireland will drop to

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o record heights       ADVERTISEMENT    ECONOMIC growth could hit 10pc this year

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 domestic production would also  affect economic growth. Mr Cole and Mr Shepherd

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 to new communications media can affect economic growth and civic participation,

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 Friday.  >The move, which could affect economic growth and caused French share

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w Does Foreign Direct Investment Affect Economic Growth?"  NBER Working Paper No

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exist between countries that may affect economic growth do not exist between reg

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ion. The strikes are  certain to affect economic growth, which may in turn neces

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unfair (though it didn't seem to affect economic growth adversely). Since then i

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Analysts believe the crisis will affect economic growth in both Europe and the U

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ion to     changed conditions affecting economic growth and well-being. Neither

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 Can this be achieved without affecting economic growth and social fabric in the

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ed at a negative cost without affecting economic growth. The studies also sugges

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 proof that inflation adversely affects economic growth, it tends to generate a

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ereducation of women negatively affects economic growth (King, 1990).    The ran

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 taxation and public   spending affects economic growth, it is only in the long

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form programme which encourages African economic growth and performance rather t

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gnificant new opportunities for African economic growth and increased integratio

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ikely   to continue to rise, even after economic growth had resumed, the governm

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 trend is likely to continue even after economic growth  returns. Whether it is

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k up Western Europe's political agenda. Economic growth  and Franco-German talk

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ll the public's interest in aggregative economic growth, in economic progress it

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 scores. And the voters seem to agree.  Economic growth will have averaged 6% in

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 years, although declining agriculture, economic growth and the closure of the l

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 had negative growth, said Mr Ahern.    Economic growth this year would be 5pc o

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 does not hinder - and perhaps aids -   economic growth. One piece of historical

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uchard, for the Bloc, spoke of the aims (economic  growth and job creation) that

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 productivity accounted for  nearly all economic growth in the initial stages of

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lation has captured  40 per cent of all economic growth since 1973. The growth o

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et was responsible for a quarter of all economic growth over the past five years

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he truth is that it was not lax at all. Economic  growth was a mere 1.9 per cent

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an Journal of Sociology   278   allowed economic growth to begin, but with incre

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he brake on consumer spending, allowing economic growth to  be better balanced.

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, the members of the CBI are.' Although economic growth is likely to slow furthe

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Japanese worries are puzzling. Although economic  growth looks weak, it needed t

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ssengers back to the railways, although economic growth also played a part.    R

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 might pause,   if not stop altogether. Economic growth had duly moderated and i

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 and government.  IT has fueled amazing economic growth, dramatically improved c

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ld, unless checked, constrain America's economic growth.2 In 1990, America's Cho

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e will almost certainly cut   America's economic growth by about half a percenta

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ert Gore, Jr., Technology for America's Economic Growth, A New Direction to Buil

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bert Gore Jr., Technology for America's Economic Growth, A New Direction to Buil

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y initiative, "Technology for America's Economic Growth, a New Direction to Buil

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 these plans, "Technology for America's Economic Growth" proposed "major changes

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ore, Jr. 1993. Technology for America's Economic Growth: A New Direction to Buil

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ument, titled "Technology for America's Economic Growth, A New Direction to Buil

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ore, Jr. 1993. Technology for America's Economic Growth: A New Direction to Buil

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ton and Gore, "Technology for America's Economic Growth," p. 9; "A Year as Clint

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tion.(10)     "Technology for America's Economic Growth" stated that FCCSET woul

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ton and Gore, "Technology for America's Economic Growth," p. 4; I.M. Destler, Th

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s affirmed in "Technology for America's Economic Growth." The NEC staff comprise

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rt Gore, Jr., "Technology for America's Economic Growth: A New Direction to Buil

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5 DEC 93 / Doing well / Latin America's economic growth          THE countries o

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that the  underlying trend of America's economic growth did not rise during the

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o have the effect of reducing America's economic growth and hence its  demand fo

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ons, the latest guess is that America's economic growth in   Bush's last quarter

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n's careful choice of words.  America's economic growth, he  said, was ''the mos

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operation and Development.   > American economic growth fell sharply in the firs

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 petrol, instead of $1.20.   > American economic growth is most likely to be qui

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, Nathan   1972 Technology and American Economic Growth. White Plains, N.Y.: M.

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 policy would be appropriate.  American economic growth is turning out unexpecte

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 another foreign development   American economic growth to extricate him from th

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 Logic   * Gallman, Robert E.: American Economic Growth and Standards of Living

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his foreign policy enhancing   American economic growth by opening markets, prom

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nison, Edward. 1985. Trends in American Economic Growth, 1929-1982. Brookings In

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nerally, E. Denison, Trends in American Economic Growth,           1929- 1982 31

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s. (1986) Long-Term Factors in American Economic Growth. Chicago: University of

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serves not only smothers Latin American economic growth but  also breeds the soc

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duct of monetary   policy. Now American economic growth is running at 3% per ann

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ey, Stuart   1965 The Roots of American Economic Growth, 1607-1861. New York: Ha

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ader, with almost one-third of American economic growth since 1992 coming from A

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; Stuart Bruchey, The Roots of American Economic Growth, An Essay in Social Caus

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cted Source of American                 Economic Growth, 1790-1917," Oxford Econ

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on may have been a mainstay of American economic growth for   generations, but t

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Europe   and Japan depended on American economic growth, the rehabilitation of 

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payers are forced to subsidize American economic   growth.     The Monopoly Argu

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an important contribution to   American economic growth in recent years, has fal

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re, A. (1993). Technology for America’s economic growth, a new direction to buil

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78  and NBER  amtaylor@ucdavis.edu      Economic Growth and Foreign Capital in L

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l  of Israeli soldiers from Gaza and an economic growth rate that is among the 

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 bettered only by the  Japanese, and an economic growth rate - between 1962 and

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interest rates leading up to EMU and an economic growth rate of between 8pc-10pc

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igher-than-average  unemployment and an economic growth rate below the average i

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eration and  Development average and an economic growth rate well ahead of the r

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in, for the   first time, would have an economic growth target.   > He said the

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omy.)        This model incorporates an economic growth model that is linked   

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 in dealing with the urgent issues: an  economic growth rate that fell 50% last

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ooks, Modern Economic Growth (1966) and Economic Growth of Nations (1971).     I

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gle currency is  introduced in 1999 and economic growth rates will plummet to ze

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ed on tax revenue, inflation at 3pc and economic growth at 5.6pc.    Buoyant tax

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gy at low cost. Commercial activity and economic growth is dependent on modern t

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ituation.     Construction activity and economic growth are heavily interdepende

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onomic thought on technical advance and economic growth. Then, I will identify a

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 Brown        Technological Advance and Economic Growth             Richard R. N

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lson, R. R. 1998. Technical advance and economic growth. Paper prepared for the

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             echnological Advance and   Economic Growth    ichard R. Nelson   Pr

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 supreme value to technical advance and economic growth: `People see life as bei

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============  Technological Advance and Economic Growth  | Harnessing Science an

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ships between technological advance and economic growth, however, did not stem f

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ful remarks about technical advance and economic growth. In reading Smith, one c

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chard R. Nelson, "Technical Advance and Economic Growth," in Part II of this rep

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 to say about technological advance and economic growth seems valuable for at le

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tic  explanations of human affairs. And economic growth after the second world 

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tries expand, others would benefit, and economic growth would be restored in Asi

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streets, a streamlined bureaucracy, and economic growth. The underground railway

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ghts makes less  sense.  Capitalism and economic growth will not guarantee the C

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theorists of democracy, capitalism, and economic growth commonly take strong pos

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 first is that technological change and economic growth involve disequilibrium i

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strong interest in technical change and economic growth only returned to economi

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ilitary Spending: Technical Change, and Economic    Growth: A Disguised Form of

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47;a (ca. 1584)    Riverine Changes and Economic Growth    A distinguishing feat

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 approach delivers  social cohesion and economic growth; the two feed off each o

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choose  between political communism and economic growth.               The Econo

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and overdue. Relying on competition and economic growth is not   sufficient.   >

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t needed to support competitiveness and economic growth - what  is needed above

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hey can do to  spur competitiveness and economic growth. Choosing the right poli

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nomies to restore market confidence and economic growth.     Asian economic cris

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al culture committed to consumption and economic growth, and led also to increas

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rp decoupling of energy consumption and economic growth, appears to have come to

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tension between information control and economic growth caused the Soviet crisis

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and far behind Asia in labour costs and economic growth. It is  now the Commonwe

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tment stimulated, new jobs  created and economic growth increased.  >This change

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t forces to enhance wealth creation and economic growth.''    America's federal

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timulate investment, job creation and   economic growth.   > The ERM, at least i

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ng-term plan  to boost job creation and economic growth after the jobless rate h

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t's targets for employment creation and economic  growth. He gave no indication

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, to produce noninflationary credit and economic growth. Hopefully, this paper h

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April 1995       PAGE: 14  Tax cuts and economic growth;Letter  >From Mr Maurice

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April 1995       PAGE: 14  Tax cuts and economic growth;Letter  >From Mrs Jean R

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April 1995       PAGE: 14  Tax cuts and economic growth;Letter  >From Mr Jonatha

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o with some extra money as tax cuts and economic growth give the average family

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o with some extra money as tax cuts and economic growth give the average family

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forts to cut their budget deficits; and economic growth has picked up in Germany

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idespread linkage between democracy and economic growth or development found in

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 on  the proposition that democracy and economic growth are in conflict: a  cons

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et in the face of rapid demographic and economic growth. Between 1820 and 1992,

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onential and asymmetric demographic and economic growth that is unsustainable, i

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gs     in United States Demographic and Economic Growth: Some Findings on the  

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catalyst for technology development and economic growth, as well as a steward of

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catalyst for technology development and economic growth, as well as a steward of

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 acceptance that social development and economic growth are  separate and in con

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raced a new approach to development and economic growth that emphasizes the priv

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s designed to encourage development and economic growth.    The recent WTO repor

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ndermine their economic development and economic growth.    The benefits of remo

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Trade Regime, Financial Development and Economic Growth." Mimeo, Yale University

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pproach to   industrial development and economic growth.   > A policy paper appr

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nology Adoption, Learning-by-Doing, and Economic Growth," Journal of Economic Th

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nology Adoption, Learning-by-Doing, and Economic Growth," Journal of Economic Th

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ips. Interest rates are coming down and economic growth is accelerating.    Vene

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ra of access, excellence, education and economic growth - the review attaches so

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hat.   > The link between education and economic growth is ``notoriously elusive

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sserted by Walton between education and economic growth is   notoriously elusive

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dget-cutting measures taking effect and economic growth  expected to resume, the

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 place with benefits for efficiency and economic growth.     Then a funny thing

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d is eager to prove that efficiency and economic growth can go hand in hand with

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n in a period of rising  efficiency and economic growth. Their external financin

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 that support productive efficiency and economic growth.    In order to ascend w

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sts of exchanging money eliminated and  economic growth boosted by 0.5 per cent

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ve the convention that   employment and economic growth have nothing to do with

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'jobs pact'' which turns employment and economic growth into paramount goals of

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because of high rates of employment and economic growth. In the decade after 197

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deal of Ireland's recent employment and economic growth could be directly attrib

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re the engine of future employment and  economic growth in Britain. This fact is

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ms coexist with   higher employment and economic growth than the UK has managed

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because of high rates of employment and economic growth. In the decade after 197

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erty at a time of rising employment and economic growth, says CORI (the Conferen

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 as being deleterious to employment and economic growth. Economic theory suggest

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ief strongly emphasising employment and economic growth.     He added that it wa

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ional base for scientific endeavors and economic growth. The poorest nations typ

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xtricable connection between energy and economic growth came to an abrupt end wi

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red information to entrepreneurship and economic growth. Although open access to

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 (1992) Constitutional Environments and Economic Growth. Princeton, N.J.: Prince

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ucation,  poverty, social exclusion and economic growth?  >The New Statesman wil

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inflation is virtually non-existent and economic   growth is painfully slow, pri

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oss nations between life expectancy and economic            growth rates--a rela

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key issues of taxation, expenditure and economic growth to a     subnational lay

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n these acknowledge that US exports and economic growth are likely to be more mu

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nternational agencies, and  exports and economic growth have increased.    GDP:

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activity picked up in 1997. Exports and economic  growth in 1998 may be adversel

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al disposable   incomes have fallen and economic growth is barely enough to crea

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Price Shocks on Capital   Formation and Economic Growth in a Putty­Clay Technolo

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der Gerschenkron, Capital Formation and Economic Growth (Princeton, N.J.: Nation

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lationship between economic freedom and economic growth. Without exception, coun

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nnections between economic freedom  and economic growth.  John Greenwood and Sim

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ation could hinder production gains and economic growth. An understanding of the

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  46 Trezise, "Politics, Government and Economic Growth," p. 798.    47 Time, Au

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 H. Trezise, "Politics, Government, and Economic Growth in Japan," in Hugh Patri

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ionship between population growth   and economic growth, there have also been ma

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ionship between population growth and   economic growth is revealed in anecdotal

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e-recent rates of population growth and economic growth are another   source of

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n                 population growth and economic growth.                     Man

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f                 population growth and economic growth have been done by now. 

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t the poor need is economic growth. And "economic growth means   using the world

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n health and safety on the one hand and economic growth on the other is partly a

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l as improving the long-term health and economic growth of future trading partne

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f beads, threading points of   hope and economic growth through the grimmer stre

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gerstrom, P.: Innovation, imitation and economic growth. Journal of Political Ec

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gerstrom, P.: Innovation, imitation and economic growth. Journal of Political Ec

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 savings increase, adding to income and economic growth.    Here is an example t

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apital investment, national income, and economic growth. Among the areas that su

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says threatens Ireland's industrial and economic growth, delivery of the Nationa

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rm, and in Brazil industrialisation and economic  growth, in Argentina and Boliv

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s for Japanese industrialization and    economic growth.  U.S. Cold War-related

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 power: the rapid industrialization and economic growth of the previous decades

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vernment, mostly falling  inflation and economic growth of near 4% a year. The m

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led into a period of low inflation and  economic growth.  Many New Zealanders, h

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ction he  detects between inflation and economic growth is probably inapplicable

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rly bulletin. The piece, Inflation  and Economic Growth, is by the distinguished

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onnection at all  between inflation and economic growth.  > None of this implies

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s of the relation between inflation and economic growth within countries and acr

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s     Barro, R.J. (1995) "Inflation and Economic Growth." Bank of England Quarte

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ntic reflect hopes of low inflation and economic growth. Continental Europe, whe

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erica's  present rates of inflation and economic growth would not be 3% and 4%,

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the lack of adequate infrastructure and economic growth were also key factors. D

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 T    e linkages between innovation and economic growth have been subjects of in

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 world trade,  hampering innovation and economic growth, and creating inefficien

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tanding of links between innovation and economic growth, the conceptual models u

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ustries to contribute to innovation and economic growth as well as  cooling the

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1975), Technical Choice, Innovation and Economic Growth (Cambridge: Cambridge  U

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 et al. 1992. Political Instability and Economic Growth. Working Paper Series no

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cy, political institutionalization, and economic growth. Our challenge as social

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 between free economic institutions and economic growth is long--far too long fo

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nomic theories of compound interest and economic growth along the way. This sect

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it. In a classic study,  'Invention and Economic Growth', Jacob Schmookler analy

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       Schmookler, Jacob, Invention and Economic Growth, (Cambridge:           

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       Schmookler, Jacob, Invention and Economic Growth (Cambridge, Mass.:     

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g, N.  (1974). “Science, Invention, and Economic Growth,” Economic Journal  84(3

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ed research and to spark investment and economic growth".    DCU and the Athlone

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d a burgeoning of trade, investment and economic   growth could have a stimulati

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ed research and to spark investment and economic growth".    DCU and the Athlone

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in the West Bank but  to investment and economic growth that would change the li

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h a climate conducive to investment and economic growth."    NEXT STEPS: A SUMMA

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NS A POWERFUL BARRIER TO INVESTMENT AND ECONOMIC GROWTH  An Interview with Peter

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d need to rise, reducing investment and economic growth. As the Council of Econo

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Summers. 1991. Equipment Investment and Economic Growth. Quarterly Journal of  E

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ure their importance for investment and economic growth. 22  Table 4 holds the c

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und budget and to revive investment and economic growth.                     25

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antly increase savings, investment, and economic growth. The movement of so much

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, free market exchange, investment, and economic growth? To what extent are diff

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from increased savings, investment, and economic growth, the poor will be among

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 science and technology investments and economic growth is incomplete. 4For a di

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9% of Britain's and 10% of Japan's. And economic growth abroad is slowing  too,

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nomy. The conditions for new jobs and   economic growth can be created by cuttin

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 peoples' everyday concerns on jobs and economic growth. They asked Jacques   De

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land and drowned stock prices, jobs and economic growth?     If you judge the is

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y important role in generating jobs and economic growth.  Faced with growing glo

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s' White Paper on generating jobs   and economic growth prepared for today's Eur

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were   primarily interested in jobs and economic growth.   > The Liberals' elect

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s for a ``new deal'' to create jobs and economic   growth.   > Even as M Delors

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 role of the state in creating jobs and economic growth. As if liberated by the

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s such as Mexico, the need for jobs and economic growth mitigates some protectiv

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estment, productivity, wages, jobs, and economic growth.     Equity    The poor

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emed to work--German exports jumped and economic growth was given a boost. Howev

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ial production, missile launchings, and economic growth rates. High-altitude pho

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e influence of trade liberalisation and economic growth on key transboundary and

363

ace of both economic liberalisation and economic growth. The  policy speech deli

364

and to promote trade liberalization and economic growth from which American firm

365

he linkage between economic liberty and economic growth has proceeded, there has

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ion is important to quality of life and economic growth. The global transportati

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ion is important to quality of life and economic growth. Civil aviation has beco

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rtant duty is to keep inflation low and economic growth on a steady  path. This

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ong by affection, family loyalties, and economic growth rates  Britain cannot ho

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there was now a situation to manage and economic growth must be kept as high as

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try. The explosion of manufacturing and economic  growth that came to the north

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not on treaties but on open markets and economic growth.   > There is a spectre

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 of  technology, management methods and economic growth.  > America's re-emergen

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         Thomas, Brinley, Migration And Economic Growth; A Study of Great      

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 Allen C., "International Migration and Economic Growth: Australia             

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ite three decades  of modernisation and economic growth, the twin legacies of th

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): 2-8.     Tobin, J. (1965) "Money and Economic Growth." Econometrica 33: 671-8

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s between the demographic movements and economic growth may be   quite limited;

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 party's policies for law and order and economic growth and highlighting  Labour

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competitiveness, and organizational and economic growth. Examined from this pers

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 world's resources were running out and economic growth was at an end, are not y

382

y higher than they  need be. Output and economic growth have been restrained. Th

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riability and Uncertainty on Output and Economic Growth     There is also eviden

384

e worst of the debt crisis is over, and economic growth is  resuming. On top of

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del.  So inflation is overestimated and economic growth understated.  >This prob

386

under-productive, and enjoyed peace and economic growth--this is not the same as

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lationship between funding pensions and economic growth were as straightforward

388

lt, business confidence has plunged and economic growth is forecast by the Bank

389

nderstand the evolution of policies and economic growth in Latin  America? The i

390

 between technology, public policy, and economic growth. Although Tyson frequent

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        Kuznets, Simon, "Population and Economic Growth," _ P_ r_ o_ c_ e_ e_ d_

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on, Julian L., Theory of Population and Economic Growth (Oxford:            Grea

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   1966).     _______, "Population and  Economic  Growth."  Proceedings of the 

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en Population and                       Economic Growth in LDC's," in Simon and

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ntry experiencing faster population and economic growth.     Some wondered wheth

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r supposed facts about population and   economic growth.  The persuaded politici

397

ntry experiencing faster population and economic growth.     Some wondered wheth

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stical essay in 19iXX on population and economic            growth in the Middle

399

nship            between population and economic growth in LDC's.  In Julian L.

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 by spiralling worldwide population and economic growth.    Mr Blair intends to

401

        Kuznets, Simon, "Population and economic growth".            Proceedings

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  FIGURE 33-2.  Model of Population and Economic Growth      Three factors may b

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because of the larger   populations and economic growth there. The growth will b

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o drive around as much as possible, and economic  growth will automatically foll

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January.  Warr, P.G. 1996, 'Poverty and economic growth: the case of Thailand',

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ieve the  right mix of preservation and economic growth. Local residents  can be

407

industrial economies, stable prices and economic growth will   never be achieved

408

r   long-term fluctations in prices and economic growth rates does exist, it is

409

ng and the slowdown in productivity and economic growth, some companies have red

410

hieve higher levels of productivity and economic growth. This progress will come

411

s major benefits   for productivity and economic growth.   > Investment in infra

412

tional prestige of Italian products and economic growth will  be affected unless

413

in continued technological progress and economic growth. In information technolo

414

 that at a time of great prosperity and economic growth the Finance Minister was

415

etitiveness,  and builds prosperity and economic growth.''  >He went on: ''In Br

416

ity bring more Mexicans  prosperity and economic growth?  One Mexican in five li

417

have seen environmental  protection and economic growth as mutually exclusive. 

418

y (PNR), concentrating on pay rates and economic growth, without add-on pledges

419

example, investment, interest rates and economic growth. Once built, the model c

420

t promoting national reconciliation and economic growth. However, a failure by t

421

over-riding objective of recovery and   economic growth. But each time he pointe

422

uild on Dublin's urban regeneration and economic growth since the last developme

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mongi, F. (1993) "Political Regimes and Economic Growth." Journal of Economic Pe

424

annot see the link between research and economic growth, something that is obvio

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J. Spengler, ed., Natural Resources and Economic Growth, Washington,     D.C.: R

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J. Spengler, ed., Natural Resources and Economic Growth, Washington, D.C.: Resou

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Perloff et al., Regions, Resources, and Economic Growth (Baltimore:     Johns Ho

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R. F. Muth,     Regions, Resources, and Economic Growth (Baltimore: Johns Hopkin

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th at 5.6pc.    Buoyant tax revenue and economic growth of about 8pc were now ex

430

the best long-term mix of revenues and  economic growth. In theory, this should

431

c spending, given that tax revenues and economic growth are likely to be higher

432

e to their children.[14]    Savings and Economic Growth    Social Security opera

433

n and income and between  schooling and economic growth.  Several potential bias

434

 generating new products, services, and economic growth. Today, this assumption

435

tionship between government share   and economic growth for all major countries

436

provide the bedrock for U.S. social and economic growth. Competitiveness in inte

437

cy environment that nurtures social and economic growth. Giving debt relief to s

438

of Economic Activity     over Space and Economic Growth in Indonesia, (Ph.D. dis

439

James Paine, eds., Defense Spending and Economic Growth (Boulder, CO: Westview P

440

its forecasts for consumer spending and economic  growth.  > The Treasury predic

441

er  had it so good. Public spending and economic growth were both higher in  Sco

442

ecasts of rising consumer spending and  economic growth will mean that the pace

443

r's forecasts for consumer spending and economic  growth it was, he said, ''hard

444

 president,  during which stability and economic growth will be built on politic

445

ed the corner, will price stability and economic growth erase the social costs o

446

 living standards, fiscal stability and economic growth. And he wa right to comp

447

recondition for political stability and economic growth.  In the decade and a ha

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 seven years of political stability and economic growth  are giving this country

449

full   employment, price stability, and economic growth.   Federal economists us

450

eral is necessary for technological and economic growth in   the U.S. Unfortunat

451

-system? In Environment, Technology and Economic Growth: The Challenge to Sustai

452

 for my health.''    New technology and economic growth were meant to give us mo

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==  Chapter 2: Science, Technology, and Economic Growth  | Harnessing Science an

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                cience, Technology, and Economic Growth    VERVIEW OF ECONOMIC T

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Lau. 1992.     Capital, Technology, and Economic Growth. in Nathan Rosenberg, Ra

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ON        2    SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY, AND ECONOMIC GROWTH        3    THE PRIVATE-

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t shift leveraged Japan: Only  time and economic growth can reduce Japan's trade

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go, the   true middle class is tiny and economic growth is respectable but   unr

459

go, the   true middle class is tiny and economic growth is respectable but   unr

460

an official emphasis on  tolerance, and economic growth.  Guns, butter and panca

461

 57 per cent of the  world's total, and economic growth rates far higher than th

462

a change into the analysis of trade and economic growth - the source of Gordon B

463

 to try to restore balanced trade   and economic growth without inflation.   > M

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 it is just   promoting world trade and economic growth, but which inevitably wi

465

ittee studies on technology, trade, and economic growth. Alan Schriesheim Chairm

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ittee studies on technology, trade, and economic growth. Alan Schriesheim Chairm

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esponse to inflation,  unemployment and economic growth in the modern polity.  I

468

he US economy remains unstimulated, and economic growth   is dragged down by low

469

eping taxes high, interest rates up and economic growth  down. Unless this trend

470

. So foreign interest rates go up, and  economic growth rates around the world d

471

n severing links between energy use and economic growth. Much  local and regiona

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ay   * Ward, W. Peter: Birth Weight and Economic Growth   * Weinstein, Donald: S

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an   * Ward, W. Peter: Birth Weight and Economic Growth   * Weismantel, Mary: Ch

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ce   * Ward, W. Peter: Birth Weight and Economic Growth   * Weiss, Jessica: To H

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h?                 LOS ANGELES          ECONOMIC growth may have nothing to do w

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rtugal.   >Between 1979 and 1993 annual economic growth in the UK was on average

477

they  might look forward to 5.5% annual economic growth in the first half of the

478

wanted steady,  predictable 5-6% annual economic growth. Instead it got 9.9% las

479

k. He ascribes Malaysia's 81/2%  annual economic growth, right through the West'

480

er 2.5pc per year up to 2006 and annual economic growth of 6pc.     NCB expects

481

had been able to have an average annual economic growth in GNP terms of over 8pc

482

 the report said, citing average annual economic growth of 11.9 per cent from 19

483

 If Britain gets only 2% average annual economic growth between now and   1997,

484

While Britain regards 4 per cent annual economic growth as   unsustainable, to b

485

een 1975 and 1982,  by contrast, annual economic growth averaged 1.5%. Good time

486

gh roughly a quarter of Norway's annual economic  growth still comes from North

487

ted tourist revenues and nursed  annual economic growth to a rate of more than 6

488

ies.    But after eight years of annual economic growth of more than 8 per cent,

489

t, and economists are predicting annual economic growth of about 7% by   the mid

490

 flies in  the face of reality.  Annual economic growth in France and Germany, t

491

reland should be able to sustain annual economic growth of more than 6 per cent

492

 government's goal of  sustained annual economic growth of 5% depends largely on

493

just over 2pc per annum, and the annual economic growth climbing back to 5pc or

494

ast Asia lost their claws, their annual economic growth rates were between 5 and

495

al pension fund saving linked to annual economic growth.     ONCE-OFF PAY RISE 

496

t may add an extra 1.5 points to annual economic growth  throughout the 1990s. B

497

n was caused by faster than anticipated economic growth and slower than anticipa

498

 cuts rather than working   against any economic growth package the administrati

499

tin America, remember, did not see any  economic growth at all for most of the 1

500

  can stop Ukraine from falling apart - economic growth               By ANDREW

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ncreased by 2.5% in the year to April.  ECONOMIC GROWTH  The Paris-based OECD fo

502

 A. M. 1994a. Three Phases of Argentine Economic Growth. Working Paper Series on

503

rom the deployment of those armaments - economic  growth actually comes to mean

504

blimated into an optimistic halo around economic growth   and technocracy, and,

505

blimated into an optimistic halo around economic growth  and technocracy, and, a

506

e all sorts of images rattling around - economic growth, the Tiananmen Square ma

507

n billion in Asia / Leading articles    Economic growth must be geared to benefi

508

ally. However, between 1989 and 1994 as economic growth slowed, only the wealthi

509

 need of a visit to the vet in 1999, as economic growth here slows down in line

510

nt national objectives in such areas as economic growth, health care, national s

511

ish police will  probably get better as economic growth turns their country into

512

just a notch above many junk bonds.  As economic growth returns, a new generatio

513

 Demand for base metals is declining as economic growth  slows down almost every

514

 Demand for base metals is declining as economic growth  slows down almost every

515

courage to tackle the budget deficit as economic growth picks up. He  could then

516

erm investment should be diversified as economic growth may be more prevalent in

517

 is that earnings will hold up even as  economic growth subsides, which is my vi

518

he short term a ''feel good'' factor as economic growth picks up might lead to f

519

robably in the top ten states as far as economic growth, but    the state govern

520

ot just over a decade or so.  So far as economic growth is concerned, the volati

521

many of them to construction firms.  As economic growth in Venezuela of 10% and

522

ly in line with analysts' forecasts. As economic   growth continues, they expect

523

nce driving the stock market forward as economic growth fades. But bid fever and

524

rians were living a life of ''hell'' as economic growth fell. He told parliament

525

receipts was over five times as high as economic growth in the period when the m

526

se they depend on such imponderables as economic growth. A recession, forbid the

527

 unemployment as a goal as important as economic growth.     BUT what of the gre

528

eiling and EU revenues will increase as economic growth picks up, the Commission

529

e been out of favour with investors, as economic growth  takes hold they should

530

modernisation (see chart).  But just as economic growth provides money for the t

531

, setting has no consequence as long as economic growth   d p 0   is positive an

532

le by helping to  keep inflation low as economic growth accelerates. Even if wor

533

also below expectations. This is odd as economic growth is coming in   stronger

534

 now just as easily kicking them out as economic growth pauses. Business  leader

535

 energy use goes up at the same rate as economic growth, than to take into accou

536

d continued to rise at the same rate as economic growth, then the fall in prices

537

 unwanted girls are never  recorded. As economic growth makes Chinese society mo

538

. Unemployment is, after all, rising as economic growth slows.  The French also

539

onsistent with the inflation target. As economic growth slows, shortages in the

540

ly correlated with the Celtic Tiger: as economic growth soared after 1997, the j

541

, defensive expenditures are treated as economic growth. Although depreciation o

542

, defensive expenditures are treated as economic growth. Although depreciation o

543

The Tokyo market has become unstable as economic growth continues to disappoint.

544

 a concern with social order as well as economic growth         because of the d

545

ducers, and the environment as well as  economic growth.  >There is plenty in ye

546

oss wore off over the next few years as economic growth created new problems and

547

rs its own  SUZANNE GOLDENBERG  >Asia's economic growth has spawned sprawling su

548

 by two-thirds.  The momentum of Asia's economic growth is so strong that, by th

549

ntral it has been in southeast Asia.    Economic growth allowed the classes entr

550

 spending.     Once an engine for Asian economic growth, Japan now appears helpl

551

to an imminent change in the way  Asian economic growth is generated, working ou

552

ere's no  reason for him to step aside. Economic growth is impressive - the gros

553

overnments are working on both aspects. Economic  growth will be a vote winner,

554

al for any  government trying to assist economic growth; it is comparable to the

555

 budget by the Labor government assumes economic  growth in 1994-95 of 4.5%, wit

556

s in 1997 (at current prices, assuming  economic growth of 2.5% a year). The bul

557

s – that is a vital element in assuring economic growth and individual advanceme

558

ose low wages the country's astonishing economic growth was originally delivered

559

 evidenced by South Korea's astonishing economic growth over the last two decade

560

ations system after years of astounding economic growth. The resulting Young Pla

561

a strong market because   of astronomic economic growth in China. And, because t

562

nths.  >Given that we may be looking at economic growth of below 2 per cent in 

563

ion and demands for  regional autonomy. Economic growth is slowing, and poverty

564

apan came out of recession last autumn, economic growth has been  slow - with a

565

 CO2 emissions due to our above average economic growth.     The Irish Energy Ce

566

ensure they will generate above average economic growth for all parts of the reg

567

ency, Japan again has the above-average economic growth and broad industrial str

568

 accelerate our return to above-average economic growth. We have a yawning defic

569

s with the potential for  above-average economic growth; see less developed coun

570

re-election) years of way-above-average economic growth.   > The right policies

571

nding. The CBO          assumed average economic growth of 1.5 per cent over the

572

ter of a million in employment, average economic growth of around 5pc and a redu

573

 dependent variable is based on average economic growth rates from 1960 to 1989,

574

990.  >Since the economy should average economic growth of some 2 1/2  per cent

575

ilure, though we now know that average  economic growth between 1964 and 1970 wa

576

economy seem very good. But the average economic growth from 1979 to 1997 was ju

577

e for the next seven years with average economic growth of 5pc a year provided t

578

t a creaky  telephone system holds back economic growth - especially the part  c

579

 to a ''green GDP'' which would balance economic growth against pollution, addin

580

dget that would encourage more balanced economic growth''.    With the Halifax w

581

committee, so that it promotes balanced economic growth as well as combatting in

582

Books: The greening of the World Bank - Economic growth  without environmental r

583

ed on full employment,  no-holds-barred economic growth, and international secur

584

 democracy, and encouraging broad-based economic growth.    International Popula

585

s upon which innovation and broad-based economic growth ultimately depend.     T

586

structure needed to sustain broad-based economic growth.     In another move tha

587

 environment conducive to science-based economic growth.     nbsp;    To explore

588

id. ''Our chief priority is and must be economic growth here and around the worl

589

s to   balance. A good outcome would be economic growth of 3% a year in the next

590

 an interest rate rise. That is because economic growth, or at least  the key ma

591

 claiming the "dole" last month because economic growth continued strongly, acco

592

verty is a  bad thing. Natural, because economic growth is what happens when cou

593

levant to the man-in-the-street because economic growth -  the production of eve

594

sumers will be the driving force behind economic growth this year.  >However, th

595

which has been the driving force behind economic growth for the last three years

596

nsumer spending, still the force behind economic growth.     His colleague Steph

597

 spending was the driving force  behind economic growth in the spring, offsettin

598

 sales of hardware will lag well behind economic growth.  Evangelical fervour  O

599

lin, meanwhile, is broke. West Berlin's economic growth is the worst in  Germany

600

 distressed areas when we have the best economic growth in the    nation. The pr

601

e financed is a further mystery. Better economic growth  will help, but ultimate

602

nts thought the Tories provided  better economic growth, while almost three-quar

603

K's competitors fight back. With better economic growth   forecast for Britain,

604

there is a positive association between economic growth and a nation's abilities

605

istration in crafting a balance between economic growth and environmental protec

606

mmunities by crafting a balance between economic growth and environmental protec

607

trated instead on the balance   between economic growth and taxes, saying that i

608

rgument that there was a choice between economic growth and the   environment or

609

 seem to  see a direct conflict between economic growth and competitiveness and

610

l", and write, "The connections between economic growth,   population growth, an

611

ly adverse.     The correlation between economic growth and profits is very clos

612

f up to 11pc.    The divergence between economic growth rates and national pay i

613

gation of the interrelationship between economic growth and population growth; h

614

stigated the interrelationships between economic growth and population growth as

615

mptions are made about the link between economic growth and consumption of energ

616

rrespondent  >THE historic link between economic growth and traffic growth one o

617

l progress in breaking the link between economic growth and environmental degrad

618

arer  understanding of the link between economic growth and national security, a

619

be stressed instead is the link between economic growth and social and political

620

ngaged in an impoverishing race between economic growth and making  babies. Many

621

o the statistical relationship between  economic growth and corporate debt (and

622

e the traditional relationship between  economic growth and a government's ratin

623

ep, interconnected relationship between economic growth and economic change.'  

624

ent studies of the relationship between economic growth and  income inequality,

625

mpetitiveness. But the tensions between economic growth,  transport growth, cong

626

  Prices fall 3% as deflation bites     Economic growth slows     Japan     Worl

627

 country's tight monetary policy bites, economic growth in Japan will  slip from

628

would be an obvious solution to bolster economic growth and,  therefore, tax rec

629

>Buoyant consumer spending will bolster economic growth during the remainder  of

630

ing the budget deficit and   bolstering economic growth in East.   > Theo Waigel

631

ng to London this summer and of booming economic  growth in Northern Ireland aft

632

can chop interest rates  soon and boost economic growth.  Although the first act

633

e a national health service and   boost economic growth. Mr Clinton is popular a

634

ntention was to help families and boost economic growth. He   insisted that the

635

oney for the boffins: Science can boost economic growth, so  science budgets sho

636

Clinton said last week. If he can boost economic growth,   reduce health care co

637

is will make them more efficient, boost economic growth overall and therefore ra

638

flation rate and at the same time boost economic growth and  reduce interest rat

639

art of the EU's overall effort to boost economic growth and create jobs to   pre

640

body that would actively seek to  boost economic growth and create jobs. Labour

641

ices' calling for lower rates to boost  economic growth. Interest rates should b

642

ble to sell their goods abroad to boost economic growth and enable them to pay f

643

eakness of the mark has helped to boost economic growth in Europe, but it is als

644

 from unification was supposed to boost economic growth in  Germany's trading pa

645

d export growth are  necessary to boost economic growth, which they argue is the

646

m the United States government to boost economic growth  and get budget deficits

647

ax cuts for consumers will act to boost economic growth  even when there are cou

648

to promote the private sector to boost  economic growth.    GDP: purchasing powe

649

itain to increase productivity to boost economic growth. But experts are sceptic

650

 key industries in  an attempt to boost economic growth and reduce France's chro

651

FA zone for years. All efforts to boost economic growth  would be vain, they arg

652

ting the use   of public funds to boost economic growth, OECD officials have urg

653

or Helmut Kohl about measures to boost  economic growth and job creation.  >Mr A

654

1998, also   included measures to boost economic growth, including the fact that

655

ic incentives that are needed  to boost economic growth. It is as simple, and as

656

     Advocates argue that it will boost economic growth by allowing companies an

657

ycled postal savings), which will boost economic  growth only if the private sec

658

d completing the GATT talks would boost economic growth  significantly.  Economi

659

dustry and residual welfare had boosted economic growth.  >''German per capita g

660

business investment, which has boosted  economic growth, has gone largely for co

661

 wealth creation.  >As well as boosting economic growth, British ministers belie

662

cess to credit became easier, boosting  economic growth. But Indonesia has also

663

ffer significant potential for boosting economic growth, investment and export t

664

e at smothering criticism than boosting economic growth. Last  year's scattered

665

ting European exports and thus boosting economic growth.    Although the Commiss

666

cheaply, and invest more, thus boosting economic  growth.  Nor do insider-trader

667

h trading environment as we expect both economic growth to be slow and   retaili

668

es play a vital role in generating both economic growth and jobs, says Aida Alva

669

ely lead to long-term increases in both economic growth and stock prices. Howeve

670

s announced earlier this week on   both economic growth and Britain's overall ba

671

dustries.     Mr Cowen warned that both economic growth and tax returns would be

672

s below 4pc, creating some bottlenecks. Economic growth forges ahead at more tha

673

t that will blunt incentives and brake  economic growth. Or they can return to f

674

ests, however, that as soon as Brazil's economic growth picks up  again, so will

675

currency value is no good for Brazilian economic growth.     We live in a world

676

en rich   and poor, caused by breakneck economic growth that has averaged 13 per

677

ates  Only the private sector can bring economic growth.  African governments ne

678

 of free trade argue that it will bring economic growth - and  that rich countri

679

scipline, rather than democracy, brings economic growth, have not asked  themsel

680

of free trade. After all,  trade brings economic growth, and growth (they claim)

681

environment in four ways:  Trade brings economic growth, which can damage enviro

682

 Business    MARK ATKINSON    BRITAIN'S economic growth rate could be halved nex

683

nded 1994 at 3,   834.44.   > Britain's economic growth rate will be 4% or bette

684

British Chambers of Commerce, Britain's economic growth  is already slowing. ``T

685

 increased   its forecast for Britain's economic growth this year. It predicted

686

n, have   gained nothing from Britain's economic growth in the past 15 years. Th

687

res pointing to a slowdown in Britain's economic growth rate.    Last month saw

688

 regions. Our goal is to lift Britain's economic growth rate. We can only do so

689

 for a long time the motor of Britain's economic growth, but  something of an al

690

   consolidation, building on Britain's economic growth and establishing a   bet

691

ller companies and so promote Britain's economic growth, according to  Lloyds Ba

692

nal forums that it had raised Britain's economic growth potential to 3, 4 or eve

693

ssion of 1990-92 ensured that Britain's economic growth rate during the Thatcher

694

e, Mr Mandelson insisted that Britain's economic growth could only be boosted by

695

n inflation.    Together with Britain's economic growth - faster than any other

696

alues. Besides, in America and Britain, economic growth over the past two  years

697

United  States, Japan and even Britain, economic growth is now at or close to th

698

fare state, once  the pride of Britain. Economic growth has not, we are told, ke

699

 from P. Deane and W. A.  Cole, British Economic Growth 1688-1959, 2 ed. (Cambri

700

chmarks; from N. F. R. Crafts, British  Economic Growth during the Industrial Re

701

t to downgrade its forecast for British economic  growth this year. The Chancell

702

he OECD lowered its estimate of British economic growth next year from 1.8 per c

703

ivity, part of a wider study of British economic growth, productivity and employ

704

,   when the main constraint on British economic growth is recession in Europe?

705

icult couple of years as slower British economic growth held back private sector

706

ver-simple terms, it seems that British economic growth is at the very least slo

707

 in recession?     No, not yet. British economic growth is slowing down, which i

708

  Domingo Cavallo, Mr Menem has brought economic growth and stability to a  coun

709

cial: "If Congress accepts  our budget, economic growth and inflation and intere

710

e McCreevy predicted in his Budget.     Economic growth is expected to reach dou

711

en, two trends have favoured the bulls. Economic growth has pulled  once-vulnera

712

cDonnell  Douglas, and Airbus.  Buoyant economic growth, surging foreign trade a

713

active consumers are generating buoyant economic growth. And miraculously, such

714

perty soaring. When this bubble burst,  economic growth was also punctured.  Jap

715

 him the temptation of a budget-busting economic growth package.  'You see,' con

716

 (or, in Britain's case, every day) but economic growth would also surely  pick

717

st jobs  programme we'll ever have. But economic growth does not come without a

718

ful early indicator of overheating. But economic  growth and inflation, even in

719

ourse, we need economic prosperity, but economic growth is   valuable only if it

720

 The recent recession ended slowly, but economic growth has resumed, and the dem

721

educe price controls and subsidies, but economic growth has remained  sluggish.

722

  Changing these things takes time, but economic growth brings its changes very

723

emselves. Foreign  investors are buying economic growth. Politics comes later, i

724

s, made complacent during  the 1980s by economic growth that averaged 9.7% a yea

725

ew  that social cohesion is achieved by economic growth and rising living  stand

726

lem of poverty can only be addressed by economic  growth.'  To get Russia's econ

727

ning that it   would not be attained by economic growth alone, which had, in the

728

stry grew fast in the 1980s,  buoyed by economic growth and high investment retu

729

 increase in traffic volumes, caused by economic growth, had a negative bearing

730

e human development is characterized by economic growth that emphasizes the qual

731

work, but the number of jobs created by economic growth was only 7,000 last year

732

 know that you can't get development by economic growth alone.     ''And I stres

733

 upward-sloping were always followed by economic growth a year or so later.  The

734

 said Labour, they would be paid for by economic growth.  Tougher laws to curb l

735

t spending  increases will be funded by economic growth.''  > Blair believes Lab

736

re. His 1993 budget package,  helped by economic growth, cut the deficit by 60 p

737

es not. Mr Goh will surely be helped by economic growth of 7.3%  in the first ha

738

icit is down to $127 billion, helped by economic growth and  higher than expecte

739

novation process has been identified by economic growth     theorists as being a

740

 - a rate that should be outstripped by economic growth over  the rest of the de

741

he major  environmental threat posed by economic growth and mismanagement in Eas

742

consumption are determined primarily by economic  growth rates, whereas the mix

743

hinese ambitions could  be satisfied by economic growth and trade alone, with th

744

red by the growth in traffic sparked by economic growth.                    E-Ma

745

al environmental policies stimulated by economic growth respond slowly and imper

746

rtant, but it needs to be supported by  economic growth. The correlation between

747

argue that much of what economists call economic growth is either fixing blunder

748

 word turns them into deadness. How can economic growth be reconciled  with sust

749

His predictions are based on per capita economic growth in the first three  quar

750

ble for adding to the stock of capital, economic growth will be maximized only i

751

 essential underpinnings for capitalist economic growth. The debate continues. 

752

looks like growing wider. In both cases economic growth through a market economy

753

ggered similar concerns. In both cases, economic growth led to employment growth

754

ia: the catch is that the latter cause  economic growth to be slow.  >Again, the

755

that econometricians seek to show cause economic growth by finding that they are

756

ans have sought to determine the causes economic growth and its pace. However, a

757

lving into the mysteries of what causes economic growth.     In the concluding c

758

atility of these markets needs caution. Economic growth in the four countries co

759

pite his expectation of only 1 per cent economic growth in 1993,   implies risin

760

o straight   years of around 6 per cent economic growth. Argentina, seemingly in

761

ork. Until then, even steady 3 per cent economic growth would not   create much

762

 the Treasury's  forecast of 3 per cent economic growth next year.  >His gloomy

763

it was yet clear that the  3.7 per cent economic growth, excluding oil, in the f

764

ister agree that Britain's 0.8 per cent economic growth  over the last quarter w

765

e speed limit.   > But with 10 per cent economic growth last year and ever-incre

766

ral Bank, which forecast three per cent economic growth in 2002 and a further pi

767

n of a   return to steady 2.75 per cent economic growth and tax increases of Pou

768

the Government's forecast of 3 per cent economic growth this  year is not to be

769

 inflation figure if I have 7  per cent economic growth in the branches of indus

770

netary policy, can expect 1.7 per cent  economic growth at best this year, and p

771

conomy is going so well, eight per cent economic growth, crime dropping by 20pc,

772

 the 1990s barely supports 2.5 per cent economic growth.  >It is possible, howev

773

the Euro zone rate of over 10 per cent. Economic growth is more than three times

774

e and in conflict has to be challenged. Economic growth without  social developm

775

cs of Hope. Essays on Technical Change, Economic Growth, and the Environment. Lo

776

cs of Hope: Essays on Technical Change, Economic Growth and the Environment. Lon

777

the connections among technical change, economic growth, and public policy, that

778

es in the ozone layer, climate changes. Economic growth will hit environmental b

779

owed to get in the way of super-charged economic growth. So much so, that by the

780

he system.     In recent years, Chile's economic growth rate has been heralded i

781

laysia, Thailand, Indonesia and China - economic growth has  recently been compa

782

abour-intensive commodities.  > China's economic growth is also being used by th

783

 have benefited enormously from China's economic growth, but  both are jumpy abo

784

ss, several analysts agreed, is China's economic growth and the increased commun

785

p, which has been the engine of China's economic growth." Moreover, "the politic

786

 The commercial implications of China's economic growth - 13% in real terms  las

787

p, which has been the engine of China's economic growth." Moreover, "the politic

788

ns are so keen to capitalise on China's economic growth supply   that demand far

789

e. Revoking MFN would restrain China's  economic growth, thus causing democracy'

790

istics alone how exciting, say, China's economic growth  is unless you have phys

791

in insulated. It is likely that China's economic growth will be affected by grow

792

ion,  its agenda is similar to China's: economic growth, and foreign trade and 

793

t changes in   property rights, Chinese economic growth accelerated over the las

794

 all the more understandable.   Chinese economic growth may reach a climax, at w

795

d  to defend the franc might be choking economic growth.  !4974  SOURCE: The Tim

796

ed a blunt communique. Pyongyang claims economic growth rates   averaging 5.6 pe

797

nal inflation but  not enjoying coastal economic growth rates.  Weighing all thi

798

es in response to Germany's   collapsed economic growth. But the currency specul

799

e controls that enabled them to combine economic growth with social cohesion in

800

o Turkey for a model  of how to combine economic growth with modern Islam. Turke

801

W. "Gross State Product and Comparative Economic Growth in the Southeast, 1950-8

802

nd D.-T. Nguyen. 1989. OECD Comparative Economic Growth 1950Đ85: Catch-Up and Co

803

bvious that the fruits of competition - economic growth and riches - necessarily

804

reenspan, is only about  half-complete. Economic growth could therefore remain s

805

who befriend Prince Charles and condemn economic growth. Far more inspiring are

806

e a stable environment.  The consequent economic growth has led to the emergence

807

ies which have experienced considerable economic growth yet with predominant one

808

ew era of valuation as well as constant economic growth has dawned must be treat

809

. But tight credit could also constrain economic growth.  Above all there is Ame

810

ort investment decisions and constrain  economic growth than any number of Euro

811

ability of undifferentiated consumerist economic growth. What the  phrase requir

812

is dismissed as dependent on  continual economic growth and ever-increasing publ

813

 Advanced capitalism requires continual economic growth, and this is only possib

814

be prudent financial managers; continue economic growth rates above the EU avera

815

 experts in the ACR.    92    Continued economic growth makes this a reasonable

816

nued in markets worried about continued economic growth and the     financial st

817

result of the union, assuming continued economic growth in the US and among most

818

che, 2000a):      * "Assuming continued economic growth and moderate health care

819

he rating firm cited Boston's continued economic growth, property values and low

820

 than to ensure the country's continued economic growth, while 23pc believe the

821

 end to the opportunities for continued economic growth. He pointed out that the

822

tries, it is well  placed for continued economic growth.  The short answer to th

823

r that Koreans are hungry for continued economic  growth. Per capita income has

824

ormance, which bodes well for continued economic growth.  Perhaps so; but the re

825

stern Europe.  The engine for continued economic growth is the private sector. 

826

cture has created a motor for continued economic growth. But the flaws are there

827

was given further evidence of continued economic growth and   a return of consum

828

d  debt raises the chances of continued economic growth. All these things give 

829

priority, even in the face of continued economic growth."    Reacting to the Isp

830

r ability to peg tax rates on continued economic growth.    The Liberals join th

831

wn's plans, though, depend on continued economic growth. `Like all Chancellors',

832

apital that fed America's own continued economic growth.    Europe's economic re

833

 unfinished agenda, promising continued economic growth, jobs for those who want

834

attention if we wished to see continued economic growth the chemical and biologi

835

e attention if we want to see continued economic growth.    "These include IT, r

836

 countries. It even threatens continued economic growth. Those who bear a dispro

837

generating capacity, a key to continued economic  growth.    GDP: purchasing pow

838

ave higher skills to underpin continued economic growth and provide higher-value

839

dly to capitalism: They want "continued economic growth," yet less profit-seekin

840

dly to capitalism: They want "continued economic growth," yet         less profi

841

ubstantially higher" without continued  economic growth.           -- More than

842

or more than six months, and continuing economic growth is likely to mop up many

843

 gravitated towards the EC. Continuing  economic growth cast a rosy glow over ev

844

sted unemployment  indicated continuing economic growth. But concern was widespr

845

total energy demand and with continuing economic growth, it is expected to incre

846

business-as-usual basis with continuing economic growth Ireland's greenhouse gas

847

the invigorating prospect of continuous economic growth,  of expanding consumer

848

ove that Reaganomics worked,  contrasts economic growth in 1982-90 of 3.5% a yea

849

eyond the federal government's control: economic growth, real interest  rates an

850

y as an alternative to the conventional economic growth model, then the search f

851

ica says it 'deplores' his conviction.  Economic growth, far from calming politi

852

, or the German model be able to cope?  Economic growth will  help. So would som

853

nise that only over  many decades could economic growth create enough wealth to

854

rt - witness the industrial  countries' economic growth and the expansion of wor

855

ducation: Estimates Based on Countries' Economic Growth Performance, Human Capit

856

in some cases enhancing, the countries' economic growth. Although the estimated

857

ne system is essential to the country's economic growth, it also considers that

858

deals with all aspects of the country's economic growth and its social consequen

859

t from abroad has reduced the country's economic  growth rate by about 30%, to t

860

 would be likely to slow  the country's economic growth. The trade talks between

861

e chanceto become part of the country's economic growth.             19 April 19

862

aysia's and Singapore's, the country's  economic growth rates match those of its

863

, and fully  one-third of the country's economic growth in the past five  years

864

e is threatening to choke the country's economic growth and  sap the ebullient c

865

 had risen by 36pc due to the country's economic growth.     The average waiting

866

though it may be higher. The  country's economic growth rate is 8 per cent, whic

867

lishing an   estimate for the country's economic growth. A possible two years in

868

he  settlement would slow the country's economic growth. When  federal, state an

869

  any trouble - to slow their country's economic growth. They have said they  wa

870

Chinese are  paying for their country's economic growth. Cancer and lung disease

871

t  Chapman University), Orange County's economic growth will inch up next year 

872

an would remove incentives and so cramp economic growth.  Rather, he argues, if

873

rules, many Spaniards think, will cramp economic growth. Spain has no Green  par

874

 of the most powerful forces to  create economic growth and international succes

875

stood yet very attractive way to create economic growth: electronic consumer pay

876

an electronic payments system to create economic growth and prosperity; it must

877

y and local farmers said. Job creation, economic growth and preservation of open

878

timists: Whatever the political crisis, economic growth will be fast.  Richard L

879

 cent   since 1960,  despite cumulative economic growth of 83 per cent. The seco

880

onal. High levels of inflation may curb economic growth, punish those with savin

881

.    And he revealed that given current economic growth forecasts, it was their

882

 to ensure that the benefits of current economic growth were shared far more equ

883

ly                              current economic growth, but also a variety of f

884

e shared in the benefits of the current economic growth, pointing out that it wa

885

network aimed at supporting the current economic growth.   > The agreement gives

886

tility of its deserts. Even the current economic growth rate of 6 per cent is qu

887

eland has the same potential to curtail economic growth as a competitiveness cri

888

EC said a full-scale outbreak could cut economic growth to 6pc this year, almost

889

projects. The   authorities seek to cut economic growth by nearly one third this

890

cials in equal measure to: budget cuts; economic growth (higher receipts, lower

891

the course of recession. The Czechs'    economic growth has subsequently fallen

892

ch caused rampant inflation and damaged economic growth, will be 'minor events c

893

ing  careers in management and damaging economic growth - and New Labour will  h

894

the turmoil throughout Asia will dampen economic growth across the globe. There

895

uded that the dollar's fall will dampen economic growth in Europe   -and they ha

896

e has a point. Bigger cuts would dampen economic growth. That, in turn,  would l

897

st that offer the promise of new deals, economic   growth and future prosperity

898

aker firms that are still net  debtors. Economic growth is slowing - from 5.6% i

899

of  slumber.  Over the past two decades economic growth in the South has outpace

900

deserves to be copied.  Yet even decent economic growth may not be enough to kee

901

e 'Catch 22', but he  noted that decent economic growth would enable European Un

902

 growth. But then if  there were decent economic growth, a sensible government s

903

or 20 years. After a decade of decline, economic growth has  started. With trade

904

eems to have  been in relative decline. Economic growth and productivity improve

905

 2000, are being questioned.  Declining economic growth, as well as health probl

906

tion living in countries with declining economic growth or negative economic gro

907

of poor   countries were not declining, economic growth would indeed be   hamper

908

               growth does not decrease economic growth. In the past, I was not

909

hat population growth does not decrease economic   growth.     To bolster these

910

tion has been accompanied by decreasing economic growth in the United States and

911

member of different societies to defend economic growth. Smith    has told us th

912

e  need only to cut the budget deficit. Economic growth will do that  anyway.  >

913

ts can  keep power only if they deliver economic growth. The party congress will

914

 in a second Bush presidency to deliver economic growth?               The Econo

915

e of  successive governments to deliver economic growth. Politicians cling to th

916

c spending and low taxes are delivering economic  growth and the jobs that go wi

917

  Communist Party's power by delivering economic growth. China started its  refo

918

hat its policies are clearly delivering economic growth.  > The latest fall in t

919

stine or Algeria  capable of delivering economic growth faster than the swelling

920

nd (through all these  things) delivers economic growth. It is competition that

921

ery that, by the end of year, delivers  economic growth of 3-3.5%. That is sligh

922

ts of factors. Prospects for democracy, economic growth, and public well-being a

923

d easy formulas about peace, democracy, economic growth, and fight against, rath

924

run down in the second half and depress economic growth temporarily.  > Some eco

925

lf and that this could further  depress economic growth.  > Analysts said that y

926

solvent banks, ''will obviously depress economic growth for the next two years''

927

us circle: cut public spending, depress economic growth, unemployment  rises, pu

928

us circle: cut public spending, depress economic growth, umemployment  rises, pu

929

es come to pass, they may well  depress economic growth, probably from next year

930

 bug, and predicts that it will depress economic growth by only 0.3 per cent. 'W

931

d O tax was regressive and depressed    economic growth, but they also argued th

932

ing of trade routes, severely depressed economic growth. Above all, businessmen

933

s the government revenue  by depressing economic growth. The Heritage Foundation

934

ali and his colleagues.28 They describe economic growth for U.S. regions as    

935

 of  structural adjustment, and despite economic growth, more people than ever 

936

 Telecom shows that it is not.  Despite economic growth of 11% in the first quar

937

re low labour standards persist despite economic growth,  and where the feeblene

938

t across the region is rising, despite  economic growth. In the countryside, poo

939

 trend for the economy is stark despite economic growth remaining strong at 7.4p

940

nary pressures remain subdued   despite economic growth that is still healthy. 

941

n for Emigrants, explained that despite economic growth many young, unskilled, p

942

ons with them.    She said that despite economic growth, a report published by t

943

 ancillary issues.  However, they deter economic growth and social progress.   

944

 Where property rights fail to develop, economic growth stagnates, as is the cas

945

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946

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the 1970s halted the EC's  development, economic growth powered by the cheap oil

953

son to fear the process of development. Economic growth not only raises absolute

954

s into   the contributions of different economic growth rates vs. different popu

955

s into   the contributions of different economic growth rates vs. different popu

956

d, with the three years of double-digit economic growth  that followed, must hav

957

orm has gone farthest, had double-digit economic  growth and industrial growth i

958

ed China  achieve years of double-digit economic growth. The New China news agen

959

y.  Two previous rounds of double-digit economic growth that got out of hand - 

960

nds, however, have been  disappointing. Economic growth slipped from 4.3% in 199

961

private sector leaders who will discuss economic growth, upcoming business ventu

962

t, during the transitional disinflation economic growth  will be sluggish. This

963

 with its fast-rising prices and dismal economic growth, is  threatening the U.S

964

te to inflation, may ultimately disrupt economic growth and cause distress both

965

al economic development;     Distribute economic growth and its benefits through

966

have not been uniformly distributed.    Economic growth has varied greatly acros

967

single economic unit, if  the diverging economic growth rates of its 12 members

968

 of a stronger pound, slowing domestic  economic growth and political pressure w

969

 services. Coupled with strong domestic economic growth, this has  sucked in imp

970

e is increasingly important to domestic economic growth, productivity, and high-

971

se interest rates in order to slow down economic growth, while countries in cont

972

 incentives, add to costs and slow down economic growth''.   Low taxes were not

973

d slide in British exports to slow down economic growth next year and eliminate

974

ees that these burdens have slowed down economic growth,  however. Some economis

975

 comes to a choice between slowing down economic growth or letting inflation cre

976

 has had some   success in slowing down economic growth, but the rate of inflati

977

sion on construction  sites had dragged economic growth to a three-year low.  >O

978

ally celebrates South  Korea's dramatic economic growth.  !16270  SOURCE: The Ti

979

as  coincided with a period of dramatic economic growth that has transformed the

980

990s, many Asian countries saw dramatic economic growth--and an equally dramatic

981

uck, Argentina will enjoy some dramatic economic growth. But now that  the econo

982

ggering when one considers the dramatic economic growth in Ireland since the sta

983

 reserves  have contributed to dramatic economic growth in recent years. Farming

984

 If there is no significant wage drift, economic growth will continue to deliver

985

d theories of how geography helps drive economic growth     and change. Industry

986

r party gains power.    Consumer-driven economic growth will contrast sharply th

987

 insure that China's domestic­   driven economic growth is strong enough to sust

988

ermany, whose public expenditure-driven economic growth is expected   to reach 6

989

 he also points to solid, export-driven economic growth in the mid-1990s; histor

990

ar and governmental largesse had driven economic growth, which is not the same a

991

 been a proud sponsor of science-driven economic growth through the combined eff

992

mation technology has played in driving economic growth, they hear the concerns

993

t pounds 178 billion last year, driving economic growth above the rate the Bank'

994

ion, and is also   experiencing dynamic economic growth. With foreign investment

995

 that has not been caught up in dynamic economic growth," said Farley, formerly

996

tion" in the sixties sense with dynamic economic growth. Andrew Ross pointed out

997

ources are all" fallacy that made early economic growth models such dangerous fo

998

ntry's largest foreign exchange earner. Economic growth rose  to 6.5 per cent -

999

om government as well as  wage-earners. Economic growth is flagging and unemploy

1000

to make the Maastricht grade. Slower EC economic growth, which is  likely to be

1001

ptember, 1965.                 _______, Economic Growth and Structure -- Selecte

1002

Norton, 1968).                 _______, Economic  Growth  of  Nations (Cambridge

1003

----------              ECN 04 JAN 92 / Economic Growth: Explaining the mystery

1004

er cent) between 1992-93 and 1995-96.  >Economic growth has meant the PSBR has c

1005

taking any further steps,'' he added.  >Economic growth in Germany has slowed re

1006

s strength  Michael Dynes in Brussels  >ECONOMIC growth in the European Union wi

1007

 Janet Bush, Economics Correspondent   >ECONOMIC growth in the industrialised wo

1008

p scorers among developing countries.  >Economic growth had failed for a quarter

1009

ile series on  corporate job-cutting.  >Economic growth and job creation have no

1010

inances because of political demands.  >Economic growth is stronger than for alm

1011

--------------------------------------  Economic growth                   53   

1012

generated a wave of serious frauds.   > Economic growth of 14 per cent has been

1013

ning their financial systems further.  *'Economic Growth and Financial Markets',

1014

re:   Opinions   Sir James Goldsmith   >Economic growth is the way to measure su

1015

s ICI chairman, Sir Denys Henderson.   >Economic growth and technological progre

1016

-subsidized capital expansion at home-- economic growth"--and investment abroad-

1017

 1969): 493--506.   Jones, Charles I. ``Economic Growth and the Relative Price o

1018

nt is steering us towards that ideal.  >Economic growth; THIS is a measure of ho

1019

ng that affects the demand for money -- economic growth, changes in the structur

1020

back into the red  By Colin Narbrough  >ECONOMIC growth in the first quarter has

1021

s case for rates cut  Colin Narbrough  >ECONOMIC growth slowed to an annual 2.4

1022

 releases from the Commission speak of `economic  growth, environmental improvem

1023

ilently to serve Burma's new facade of `economic growth'.  >Arriving in Rangoon

1024

 best in 1993. Mary Blair points out: ``Economic growth in the region is   expec

1025

 were worst hit by rising prices.     * Economic growth, as measured by the EU,

1026

ther rise in sales and   profits.''   > Economic growth, however, had been ``les

1027

===================================   - Economic Growth  =======================

1028

gh the rate  of increase has slowed.  > Economic growth and a shortage of skills

1029

 environment, the economy, and society--economic growth, maintenance of environm

1030

strong leadership role  on something -- economic growth, say, or welfare. They l

1031

it will not be forgotten so soon.     * Economic Growth with Equity, by Kevin Wa

1032

export'' (p. 57). He even argues that ``economic growth occurred in   spite, or

1033

 of his low deficit and devoted to the `economic growth', which Joseph Schumpete

1034

fore these   losses can be made up.   > Economic growth in an emerging economy c

1035

orecast to do well again this year.   > Economic growth, as measured by gross do

1036

  analysts consider the macro-economics economic growth, interest rates,   infla

1037

cy, monetary policy, welfare economics, economic growth, economic theory, microe

1038

c growth. Within and between economies, economic growth is very important becaus

1039

 markets have on the real economies?    Economic growth will probably slow under

1040

oved its ability to manage its economy. Economic  growth had averaged 3 per cent

1041

SEP 94 / Sumptuous Sumatra / Ecouraging economic growth in Indonesia           

1042

icans - crime, health care,  education, economic growth - are presented as arena

1043

nd socially mobile through   education, economic growth and mass overseas travel

1044

tion of the peso with knock-on effects. Economic growth was resumed late in 1995

1045

evealed its  disciplinary side-effects. Economic growth in France was brisk. And

1046

egime and increase economic efficiency, economic growth, and equity.    Scully's

1047

ng social cohesion as well as efficient economic growth, it added.             

1048

ng social cohesion as well as efficient economic growth, it said.     IBEC also

1049

y may prove too  pessimistic, if either economic growth or inflation (that savio

1050

rs, whether measured in terms of either economic growth or  income per head, the

1051

f assumptions: before the next election economic growth leaps ahead of  trend; t

1052

e short term which determines elections economic growth is dominated by  transie

1053

oint. Republicans wanting to  emphasise economic growth during the 1980s always

1054

f the 1980s,  he will want to emphasise economic growth rather than fiscal auste

1055

lded results. He can start to emphasise economic growth again. That, Mr  Rao hop

1056

rdam,'' Mr Hollande said. ''Employment, economic growth and social need would no

1057

and protect human health, (2) encourage economic growth, (3) protect the environ

1058

pollution abatement costs and encourage economic growth.     Labor Markets     M

1059

nding, reduce the deficit and encourage economic growth...We are prepared to con

1060

   in which its members might encourage economic growth. It was Clinton's idea 

1061

ge in privatization, so as to encourage economic growth.     All of this is vita

1062

l monetary   co-operation, to encourage economic growth, to promote exchange sta

1063

 that:  Trade liberalisation encourages economic growth, and so damages the  env

1064

how into your country, which encourages economic growth and development.    For

1065

to fight the   recession by encouraging economic growth and reducing unemploymen

1066

 the spectre of energy shortages ending economic growth as we knew it.     After

1067

h their accompanying chimera of endless economic growth,   created a fresh breed

1068

 High-Velocity Labor Market, Endogenous Economic Growth, and the Law of Trade Se

1069

     (1992) "A new theory of endogenous economic growth," Oxford Review of     E

1070

ces tend to rise as the recession ends, economic growth  increases and unemploym

1071

ricultural Wages 1250-1850, and English Economic Growth,”  Agricultural History

1072

 Combating global warming could enhance economic growth and the countries which

1073

icular-bene ts    strategies to enhance economic growth, state policy histories,

1074

se Government wants tourism to enhance  economic growth, particularly in remote

1075

highly likely that to           enhance economic growth [my country] will contin

1076

vate system also would produce enhanced economic growth. The increased saving wi

1077

oth China and India can expect to enjoy economic growth which is much   faster t

1078

t that its member countries would enjoy economic growth this year of  2.6%, up h

1079

hat all 29 member countries would enjoy economic growth in 1997, for the first t

1080

s successes.''     Ethiopia has enjoyed economic growth rates of about 6 per cen

1081

ountries in Western Europe have enjoyed economic growth. The East may have covet

1082

, a wide number of sectors are enjoying economic growth and the mind set of busi

1083

 of Latin  America are at last enjoying economic growth and low inflation as the

1084

ern thunder / America's mid-west enjoys economic  growth                 CHICAGO

1085

94 / Success story / New Zealand enjoys economic growth                 WELLINGT

1086

a has the potential to achieve enormous economic growth in a short period of tim

1087

d with it the  opportunity for enormous economic growth.  > After decades in the

1088

ints, mere budgets will not be enough.  Economic growth is slowing, the housing

1089

e cannot eliminate poverty and ensure   economic growth. We need to show that pr

1090

n example under which we too can ensure economic growth. The question of ethical

1091

isters to account for failing to ensure economic growth and pay state wages prom

1092

ernment's inflation target and ensuring economic growth. The first meeting is on

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ors in reconciling needed and equitable economic growth with maintenance of glob

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pc, from 4.3pc at present. It estimates economic growth this year at 5pc, less t

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   PAGE: 23   Growth ahead of estimates;Economic growth   By Janet Bush, Economi

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 being a net contributor to the EU.     Economic growth that propelled Ireland f

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S economy and the strength of the euro, economic growth this year could be 7-7.5

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e reforms failed. Across Eastern Europe economic growth  slowed down after the 1

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h his white paper on restoring Europe's economic growth and  competitiveness. An

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requirement.     In the rest of Europe, economic growth has accelerated recently

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 tend to be more cautious. And European economic growth looks likely to be  even

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 Bundesbank was the engine  of European economic growth. Europhile politicians o

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e  employment-intensiveness of European economic growth by boosting  sustainable

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ve back to near the top of the European economic growth league kept continental

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ngdom and Germany will top the European economic growth   league in 1995, accord

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potential.    The ECB expected eurozone economic growth to be around its inflati

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ld hit domestic demand and, eventually, economic growth will begin to move downw

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 and the world enjoyed its fastest-ever economic growth. Now American  opinion s

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ad, for a start, been much exaggerated. Economic growth, like the biological var

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95-41, May 1995.     4See, for example, "Economic Growth: The poor and the rich,

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growth but now shop sales have exceeded economic growth.    There are a number o

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verdone. After a decade of exceptional  economic growth, he said, 'many of our s

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ate rises were needed to curb excessive economic growth. Growth and rising emplo

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al," an "overheated" economy, excessive economic growth, or through any other na

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ld make good use of the money to expand economic growth.  They noted that capita

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lueprint for Mr Blair's drive to expand economic growth - before being appointed

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ultilaterally to increase trade, expand economic growth, and improve the quality

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e rise to  check the pace of expansion, economic growth has slowed of its own ac

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oo high. The OECD's  forecasters expect economic growth to resume in 1994, but g

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table forecasting organisations  expect economic growth to remain near 4% in the

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bilise the global economy, if we expect economic growth to continue.' Since Marc

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s Federal Reserve, who said he expected economic growth to slow later this year

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at reasoning looks odd, since expected  economic growth is bound to lead to more

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e buoyancy from stronger-than- expected economic growth has been used to dischar

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oldrums.  >Despite weaker-than-expected economic growth in the second quarter, 

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mporary result of  slower-than-expected economic growth, was also the result of

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ipal reason behind better-than-expected economic growth.   > Independent economi

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nment needs money. Slower-than-expected economic growth will probably  trim tax

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art is explained by lower-than-expected economic growth  this year and persisten

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mbers pointed to stronger-than-expected economic growth for the  second half of

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  as fears that stronger-than-expected  economic growth could lead to higher  in

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y already discount much of the expected economic  growth. But Ms ZhuParris recko

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only 2 per cent - in line with expected economic  growth.  !3395  SOURCE: The Gu

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st was made, the Treasury was expecting economic  growth to be 3.25 per cent in

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ented one.  > Mr Dai said China expects economic growth to average 8-9 per cent

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he earlier   highs.   > Garnett expects economic growth in Japan to re-start in

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, the same as the  Treasury. It expects economic growth to be 2.9 per cent, agai

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ill not   concluded, but no one expects economic growth to have been more than 4

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Chi Huang. 1990. "Defense Expenditures, Economic Growth,    and the `Peace Divid

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itarian rule, Indonesia has experienced economic growth of more than 6 per cent

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unced that the country has experienced  economic growth of 4.8% in the first hal

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be mitigated if the economy experiences economic growth and employment opportuni

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owth. He studied the efforts to explain economic growth by analyzing changes in

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as national defense, space exploration, economic growth, and protection of publi

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history is any guide, China's explosive economic growth is about to give  way ab

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n the spark  igniting Korea's explosive economic growth.  Trade liberalisation w

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ciopolitical  reconstruction, explosive economic growth, and collapse of classic

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iopolitical   reconstruction, explosive economic growth, and collapse of classic

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f the strength of the pound on exports, economic growth in the UK is expected to

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rrently in vogue - Asia's extraordinary economic growth has at best  masked, not

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ou buy a stake in China's extraordinary economic growth? A word of  warning do n

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a continuation of China's extraordinary economic growth, this optimism overlooks

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conomics Focus: Big - The extraordinary economic growth in  China has set the go

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nion, the latter with the extraordinary economic growth of East  Asia, especiall

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or India's reforms is the extraordinary economic growth of  China - a miracle th

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nd widely available services facilitate economic growth and well-being.     Jeff

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 must do it with the great facilitator, economic growth,  weakened.  Some grim a

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moded but plain wrong -- that, in fact, economic growth and environmental protec

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rt on Britain that the country's fading economic growth prospects are likely to

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hammering yesterday as fears of falling economic growth in the region drove the

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ring that there have been several false economic   growth-cum-overheating dawns

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tion in base rates to bolster faltering economic growth.  > Sir Bryan Nicholson,

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k overhang.  > The picture of faltering economic growth was backed up yesterday

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5% (see chart on next page).  Faltering economic growth in Europe and parts of A

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on were to hinder simple, old-fashioned economic growth.   > Too often the Third

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ingly time-tested, even old-fashioned:  economic growth. Of course the world isn

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n those countries that can achieve fast economic  growth and ensure that the ben

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in its Middle Eastern  cradle; and fast economic growth over the past 20 years h

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istence of  authoritarian rule and fast economic growth in Asia. Does Asia have

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a could expect some 2 1/2 times as fast economic growth with low fertility as  

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ecognise that nothing on earth but fast economic  growth has the power to shift

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eficit as imports are sucked in by fast economic growth,  threatening a Mexican

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 Bolivia and Colombia.     Chile's fast economic growth, and the undoubted fear

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third-world countries have enjoyed fast economic growth  with relatively little

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to other bits of Asia. The bait is fast economic  growth, and the hope of snappi

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 inflation. Over the years Korea's fast economic  growth, unlike Taiwan's, for e

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outh-East Asia save North Korea's, fast economic growth has  become the overridi

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 the paradox is that it isn't one. Fast economic  growth is the result of intell

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ith successful economic reform or fast  economic growth, democracy does not harm

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y 2.6% over the week on fears that fast economic growth  might bring renewed inf

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helping   the group cash in on the fast economic growth in that region.   > But

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next century. It   is committed to fast economic growth and is now reporting 12%

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fight poverty, and warned that too-fast economic growth could tear the country a

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set the stage for today's trouble. Fast economic  growth and the boom in real es

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l industrial  reform combined with fast economic growth.  Many Chinese economist

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eir governments were obsessed with fast economic growth  and social order. What

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tion often  goes hand in hand with fast economic growth. Businessmen usually do

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years of dictatorship (albeit with fast economic growth  from the 1960s) under G

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 produced low interest rates and faster economic   growth throughout Europe. Exa

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of attrition will be needed, and faster economic  growth than at present seems l

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to encourage more investment and faster economic growth. There would be no confl

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apital stock, higher output and faster  economic growth during the transition to

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e still lower interest rates and faster economic   growth.   !16411   SOURCE: Th

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  production in 1993-94, too, as faster economic growth boosts world  consumptio

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rs cuts in  emissions as well as faster economic growth. No other strategy offer

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n production in 1993-94, too, as faster economic growth   boosts world consumpti

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  production in 1993-94, too, as faster economic growth boosts world consumption

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   ago, yet this has not brought faster economic growth (or low taxes).   > Ever

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ic   management or attainable by faster economic growth, due to the parallel   t

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il and India. Because of China's faster economic  growth, bringing its spending

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s to levels that amply discount  faster economic growth and rosier earnings pros

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flation and therefore  encourage faster economic growth. Faster growth in Americ

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projections, but Germany expects faster economic growth next year to bring  the

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 are a   necessary condition for faster economic growth. Unfortunately, this doe

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straint on wages in exchange for faster economic growth, then both Labour and th

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only if they were financed from faster  economic growth, not higher taxation.  >

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o introduce policies to generate faster economic growth in Scotland.    2 How di

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