Savings Regressions, Self-Help and Development Performance.

by Charles Wolf, Jr.

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Presentation of a method for assessing performance in a developing country based on self-help measures in government and in domestic private savings. The method consists of deriving standards or norms for individual countries from multiple regression models that express an indicator of performance (in this case, savings) as a function of several indicators of socio-economic structure.

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