The Other Side of Conditional Convergence
The empirics of conditional convergence of Mankiw et al. (Quarterly Journal of Economics, 1992, 407–437) imply a peculiar result: on average, countries with a lower income per adult are above their steady-state positions, while countries with a higher income are below their steady-state positions.
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