This paper describes a framework for setting up and maintaining a comprehensive cross-country economic growth database. The proposed database, it is intended, will find its potential use in both research and teaching.
|Title of host publication
|CALECO 96 Conference Proceedings, Computer Aided Learning in Economics and Business
|Place of Publication
|CTI Centre for Economics, University of Bristol
|Published - 1997
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