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Causality analysis between public capital and economic growth

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posted on 2024-06-03, 09:52 authored by J Zhou, D Picken, Chunlu LiuChunlu Liu
Public capital has been considered to be the wheels of a nation's or a region's economic activity. The reverse effects, the contributions of economic growth to public capital, are also worth analysing. Non-structural approaches in econometrics were implemented for the Australian economy using yearly data for the period from 1960 to 2008. A co-integration test was carried out to investigate whether there are long-term equilibrium relationships between each pair among public capital, private output, private capital and labour. The Ganger causality test was further employed to determine whether public capital contains useful information to predict a private production variable and vice versa. The results will provide historical evidence for Australia's federal and regional governments to assist in estimating the effects among these production variables, in particular, the effect of infrastructure spending on gross domestic product. © 2009 WIETE.

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Journal

World Transactions on Engineering and Technology Education

Volume

7

Pagination

94-101

ISSN

1446-2257

Publication classification

C1 Refereed article in a scholarly journal

Copyright notice

2009, WIETE

Issue

1

Publisher

World Institute for Engineering and Technology Education (WIETE)

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