By . Economic research has established that a large part of income disparities between poor and rich countries can be attributed to differences in governance and in the quantity and quality of human capital. In the latest long-run reference scenario published by the OECD, GDP per capita growth is relatively strong in the BRIICS in the coming decades, but living standards nevertheless remain less than half those of the United States in 2060, in part because of remaining gaps in governance and educational attainment. But the BRIICS can accelerate economic catch-up by improving these aspects of the economic environment, as demonstrated in an alternative scenario. More...
Speeding up economic catch-up in the BRIICS with better governance and more education
21 octobre 2018
Posté par : pcassuto à 18:50 - BRICS-Brésil, Russie, Inde, Chine et Afrique du Sud - Permalien [#]