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Test evidence for the OECD countries, 1965-85: the relationship between the size of the public enterprise sector and economic growth

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Examines empirically the proposition that a large public enterprise sector for an economy acts as an obstacle to a healthy rate of economic growth. The empirical analysis concentrates on the experience of the OECD countries for the years 1965-85. Single and multiple equation-models of economic growth are specified with the size of the public enterprise (PE) sector included as an explanatory variable. In general, the evidence fails to support the hypothesis of a negative relationship between PE and economic growth.
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Keywords: Macroeconomics; Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development; Privatization; Public companies

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: 1995-03-01

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