This study employs assumptions from different theoretical and empirical works on economic growth. The most important are the neoclassical concept of conditional convergence (the effects past conditions have on future growth), Robert Barro's endogenous growth assumptions about the importance of education and institutions, and panel data analysis methodology inspired by Prochniak and Kahouli & Kadhraoui.
Central and Eastern Europe,
Supervisors: Kilmister, A
Faculty of Business
Published by Oxford Brookes University