Exploring Economic and Social factors that increase Economic and Well-being measurements of developing and developed countries
The historical growth paths of developed and developing countries reveal the challenges that developing countries face in traveling the road from poverty to prosperity. Based on economic development literature, economic theory, and ordinary least squares (OLS) regression method, this research considers whether or not, and to what extent globalization characteristics, foreign direct investment levels (FDI), secondary school enrollment rates, information communication technology (ICT) as a percentage of trade imports, and happiness levels of 103 developing and developed countries, impact their GDP per capita levels. This paper will also take a look at alternative ways of viewing and measuring economic success.
Boadu, Kofi D.
"Exploring Economic and Social factors that increase Economic and Well-being measurements of developing and developed countries,"
Undergraduate Economic Review: Vol. 12:
1, Article 9.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.iwu.edu/uer/vol12/iss1/9
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