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人的資本의 生産要素別 經濟成長效果 分析

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Abstract
The main purpose of this study is to analyze the level of educational contribution and role to economic growth. In order to improve labor productivity through new knowledge and technologies, the contribution to production factors on economic growth can be estimated using endogenous growth model by investment in education. therefore, to analyze the correlation between education and economic development, we build korea's time series data and analyze how investment in education effects economic growth.
During the period between 1970∼2007, time series data were analyzed positively and the effects of technological innovation were considered by including physical capital and human capital and R&D capital. Compared to the other variables, Investment in education and R&D investment payback period are longer. considering that, it was found that its effects via secondary education indirectly contribute to economic growth. so the indirect role of each element to economic growth was estimated in order to find the coefficients and the actual role of each variable were derived using equations.
South Korea's initial economy seemed to have developed rapidly by the high quality of human resources and improvement on technology, the government's aggressive policies to development, expansion of trade liberalization. therefore, based on the endogenous growth model, the root cause of economic growth in South Korea was made by the endogenous development of technology and human capital.
The endogenous production function model was set up by substituting the neoclassical theory of Solow model and make progress in next steps to estimate the time series analysis.
First, the endogenous growth model is presented to estimate the role of production factors on economic growth using expended Cobb-Douglas production function, Solow growth model theory.
Second, elements in economic growth such as physical capital, human capital, R&D capital and the growth of simple labor to the contribution for economic growth are estimated by substituting the endogenous growth model.
Third, the simultaneous equations model was set to estimate indirect contribution by interaction on each production factor (secondary education, higher education and R&D capital) and the result was revised by re-estimating the influence between each element.
During Korea's economic growth period, results were showing that estimation of the simplicity of the labor force and higher education which gave indirect contributions to the secondary education and R&D capital using the simultaneous equations model and how much those elements such physical capital, human capital and R&D capital gave direct contributions to Korea's economic growth.
Author(s)
하태헌
Issued Date
2011
Type
Dissertation
URI
http://dcoll.jejunu.ac.kr/jsp/common/DcLoOrgPer.jsp?sItemId=000000005364
Alternative Author(s)
Ha, Tae Heorn
Affiliation
제주대학교
Department
대학원 경제학과
Advisor
김진옥
Table Of Contents
I. 서 론 6

1. 연구의 배경 및 필요성 6
2. 연구의 목적 7
3. 연구계획과 범위 8

II. 인적자본과 경제성장 과정 9

1. 이론고찰과 실증 연구 9
2. 내생성장이론과 인적자본의 역할 9
(1) 경제성장과 인적자본의 역할 9
(2) 인적자본의 성장기여도 분석 10
3. 선행 연구 11

III. 내생성장이론 및 모형 연구 17

1. 경제성장의 정의 및 요소 17
2. 신고전파 성장모형 18
3. 솔로우 성장모형 24
(1) 솔로우 기본모형 24
(2) 솔로우 확장모형 26
4. 로머 성장모형 28
(1) 로머 모형의 개요 28
(2) 로머 모형 분석 29
(3) 로머 내생성장모형 32

IV. 내생성장모형과 실증 분석 35

1. 내생성장모형의 개요 35
2. 생산함수의 균형방정식 36
3. 생산함수의 추정 38
4. 인과관계와 동시성 분석 41
5. 내생성장모형의 추정 42
(1) 자료의 정의 및 출처 42
(2) 자료 분석 42
6. 모형 설정 47
(1) 변수 설계 47
(2) 생산함수의 형태 47
(3) 다중회귀방식과 추정 방식 49

V. 실증 분석 및 결과 해석 57

1. 추정 및 모형 분석 57
(1) 자료 및 변수 설명 57
(2) 추정 절차 58
(3) 추정 결과 60
(4) 성장모형 분석 62
2. 생산요소별 성장 역할 분석 65
(1) 추정계수의 의미 65
(2) 직접기여 및 역할 분석 68
(3) 간접기여 및 역할 분석 69
3. 내생성장의 추정 결과 분석 77
(1) 추정결과의 배경 77
(2) 인적자본의 추정 변화 77
(3) 지적자본의 추정 변화 78
VI. 결 론 79



‣ Abstract / 82
‣ 부 표 / 84
‣ 부 록 / 95
‣ References & Resources / 100
Degree
Master
Publisher
제주대학교 대학원
Citation
하태헌. (2011). 人的資本의 生産要素別 經濟成長效果 分析
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