Reforms and their components. Does democracy really matter?

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dc.contributor Rosselló Villalonga, Juan Carlos Flexas Mulet, Andreu 2018-02-27T10:50:23Z 2018-02-27T10:50:23Z
dc.description.abstract [eng] Governments undertake economic policy decisions with important consequences for growth and welfare. In this paper the author studies the role of democracies, and other indicators to explain economic reforms. Using a cross-section of 129 countries, the author investigates which could be the variables that correlate with reformism of different governments. The results indicate that democracies do actually have a positive impact on reformism, while other components, such as GDP per capita, rule of law and human capital, indicate that more advanced countries undertake fewer reforms than developing countries. en
dc.subject.classification Matèries generals UIB::Economia ca
dc.title Reforms and their components. Does democracy really matter? ca
dc.type info:eu-repo/semantics/bachelorThesis
dc.subject.keywords Democracia ca
dc.subject.keywords Reformes ca
dc.subject.keywords Institucions ca
dc.subject.keywords Capital Humà ca
dc.subject.keywords Democracy ca
dc.subject.keywords Reforms ca
dc.subject.keywords Institutions ca
dc.subject.keywords Human Capital ca

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