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Explaining The Rapid Growth of the 1990s
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1990s relative additional variables assessment average inflation base specification basic hypotheses basic variables Bosworth Brookings Institution capital accumulation capital flows Cepal change-in-terms-of-trade variable changes in productivity Chilean economy coefficients Coeymans cointegrating equations found cointegration test indicated constants are omitted Consumer Price Index contribution Corbo Crecimiento crisis democratic Dickey-Fuller Test economic policies Estimated Cointegrating Equations explanatory variables faster productivity growth foreign interest rate growth accounting growth of productivity imply include the variables integrated of order international interest rates Johansen cointegration test last four decades Latin America long-term multipliers luck hypothesis macroeconomic measure inflation military regime output growth period Policy Lessons political rights previous decades price level progress in structural rapid productivity growth remainder variables reported equation corresponds Santiago significant systems include t-statistics in parenthesis terms of trade test-VAR total factor productivity unemployment rate Uninteresting constants unit root tests variables are stationary variables deemed important Zahler