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Hildegunn E. Stokke

 

 

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Work in progress

 

Forthcoming and Published papers

 

12. Rattsø and Stokke (2014): Population divergence and income convergence: Regional distribution dynamics for Norway, Regional

      Studies 48, 11, 1884-1895. Link to published version: http://www.tandfonline.com/eprint/ymxnExhRIxNCBgqQX6gj/full

11. Rattsø and Stokke (2014): Regional convergence of income and education: Investigation of distribution dynamics, Urban Studies 51, 8,

      1672-1685. Link to published version: http://usj.sagepub.com/content/51/8/1672 

 

10. Rattsø and Stokke (2013): Trade, skill biased technical change and wage inequality in South Africa, Review of International

      Economics 21, 3, 419-431.

 

9. Rattsø and Stokke (2012): Trade policy in a growth model with technology gap dynamics and simulations for South Africa, Journal of

    Economic Dynamics and Control 36, 7, 1042-1056. Separate appendix. Summary in Samfunnsøkonomen No. 8, 2012 (in Norwegian):

    http://samfunnsokonomene.no/magasin/samfunnsokonomen-nr-8-2012/?view=xml&id=samf8-12-2827

 

8. Stokke (2009): Multinational supermarket chains in developing countries: Does local agriculture benefit? Agricultural Economics 40, 6,

    645-656. Separate appendix.

 

7. Stokke (2008b): Productivity growth and organizational learning, Review of Development Economics 12, 4, 764-778. Separate appendix.

 

6. Stokke (2008a): Resource boom, productivity growth and real exchange rate dynamics: A dynamic general equilibrium analysis of

    South Africa, Economic Modelling 25, 1, 148-160. Separate appendix.

 

5. Rattsø and Stokke (2007): A growth model for South Africa, South African Journal of Economics 75, 4, 616-630. Separate appendix.

 

4. Diao, Rattsø and Stokke (2006): Learning by Exporting and Structural Change: A Ramsey Growth Model of Thailand, Journal of Policy

    Modeling 28, 3, 293-306.

 

3. Diao, Rattsø and Stokke (2005): International spillovers, productivity growth and openness in Thailand: An intertemporal general

    equilibrium analysis, Journal of Development Economics 76, 2, 429-450.

 

2. Stokke (2004): Technology adoption and multiple growth paths: An intertemporal general equilibrium analysis of the catch-up process

    in Thailand, Review of World Economics (Weltwirtschaftliches Archiv) 140, 1, 80-109.

 

1. Rattsø and Stokke (2003): Learning and foreign technology spillovers in Thailand: Empirical evidence on productivity dynamics, Nordic

    Journal of Political Economy 29, 1, 47-66.



Editor:
Hildegunn E. Stokke, Contact address: hildegunnes@svt.ntnu.no, Updated: Nov 2014