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Title Economic Growth and the Optimal Size of the Public sector in Jordan
Authors Aljaloudi, J.A.
Warrad, T.A.
Keywords розмір державного сектору
размер государственного сектора
size of public sector
державні витрати
государственные расходы
government spending
економічного зростання
экономический рост
economic growth
приватизація
приватизация
privatization
Type Article
Date of Issue 2020
URI https://essuir.sumdu.edu.ua/handle/123456789/80771
Publisher Sumy State University
License Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License
Citation Aljaloudi, J.A., Warrad, T.A.(2020). Economic Growth and the Optimal Size of the Public sector in Jordan. Financial Markets, Institutions and Risks, 4(3), 72-79. https://doi.org/10.21272/fmir.4(3).72-79.2020
Abstract The relationship between the size of public sector and the rate of economic growth has been widely examined empirically in different countries. Most applied studies confirmed the validity of the inverse relationship between the increasing role of the state in the economy, measured by the ratio of public spending to gross domestic product and rates of economic growth. These studies estimated the optimum rate that would guarantee achieving the highest economic growth rates.
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