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Cobb-Douglas

= 1


ln = + ln + (1 ) ln


= + (1 )

(Constrained Linear
regression 1)

Constrained linear regression Number of obs = 31


Root MSE = 2.4722

( 1) capgr + lbgr = 1

gdpgr Coef. Std. Err. t P>|t| [95% Conf. Interval]

capgr .0110429 .1936977 0.06 0.955 -.3851134 .4071992


lbgr .9889571 .1936977 5.11 0.000 .5928008 1.385113
_cons 4.487289 1.28138 3.50 0.002 1.866573 7.108004

gdpgr:
capgr:
lbgr:

0.011 0.988
Coub-Douglas

outliers

Constrained linear regression Number of obs = 28
Root MSE = 2.2749

( 1) capadj + lbadj = 1

gdpadj Coef. Std. Err. t P>|t| [95% Conf. Interval]

capadj .6039347 .1747974 3.46 0.002 .2446336 .9632359


lbadj .3960653 .1747974 2.27 0.032 .0367641 .7553664
_cons .9475888 1.131925 0.84 0.410 -1.379116 3.274294

gdpadj adj adjustment

Coub-Douglas

Barro Lee(1993)


Constrained linear regression Number of obs = 28
Root MSE = 1.9059

( 1) capadj + ygradj = 1

gdpadj Coef. Std. Err. t P>|t| [95% Conf. Interval]

capadj .2331024 .1790039 1.30 0.204 -.1348454 .6010502


ygradj .7668976 .1790039 4.28 0.000 .3989498 1.134845
_cons 2.382327 .9588979 2.48 0.020 .4112837 4.353369

ygradj:





Tallman Wang(1994) TW
124

Constrained linear regression Number of obs = 28


Root MSE = 1.8973

( 1) twgradj + capadj = 1

gdpadj Coef. Std. Err. t P>|t| [95% Conf. Interval]

twgradj .7528757 .1738288 4.33 0.000 .3955655 1.110186


capadj .2471243 .1738288 1.42 0.167 -.1101858 .6044345
_cons 1.985577 .8652455 2.29 0.030 .2070396 3.764115

twgradj: TW

TW



= 1
0< <1
Romer(1990) Robello(1991)


= + (1 ) +


Barro(1991)

Constrained linear regression Number of obs = 28
Root MSE = 1.8108

( 1) capadj + hgradj = 1

gdpadj Coef. Std. Err. t P>|t| [95% Conf. Interval]

capadj .1517266 .1751212 0.87 0.395 -.2089423 .5123954


hgradj .8482734 .1751212 4.84 0.000 .4876046 1.208942
lbadj 1.576756 .4434882 3.56 0.002 .6633744 2.490137
_cons 1.514497 1.011017 1.50 0.147 -.567731 3.596725
hgradj:

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