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Zak, Paul and Stephen Knack (1999) ‘Trust and growth’ Mimeo, Department of Economics, Claremont Graduate University Appendix
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CountryYearDescription of fi
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SIC export code for first
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SIC export code for second Percent of total exports Percent of category exports
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ManufacturingBangladesh1985Woven textiles, t
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SingaporeManufacturing Taiwan, China Turkey1985Clothing, Textile84165116, 661 Diffuse*Argentina1985Wheat, Oil seeds and nuts04122113, 1066.1 *Burma / Myanmar1985Rice, Wo
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Guinea-BissauFruits *Honduras1985Fruit, coffee05107138, 2584.7 Lesotho *Malaysia1985Crude petrol, veg oil33144223, 1331.5 *Mali1985Cotton, Live animals26300156, 3058.6 Mozambique1984Fish, fruit03
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BotswanaDiamonds *Burkina Faso1985Cotton, Live animals26300147, 1356.8 *Chad1980Cotton, Live animals26300161, 1879.8 *Chile1985Copper, nonferrous ore68228333, 1058.3 *Congo1985Crude petrol, petroleum pro
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FijiSugar *Gabon1985Crude petrol, wood33124284, 681.2
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Appendix Table 1 (continued) Point source (continued)Guinea *Guyana *Indonesia1985Crude petrol, gas33134148, 1868.6 *Iran19
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Oman Papua New Guinea 1985Nonferrous metal, Coffee28307135, 1445.1 *Paraguay1985Cotton, Oil26322143, 3349.5 *Peru1985Petrol, nonferrous m
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Saudi Arabia *Sierra Leone1985Pearl, Nonferrous metal66728336, 2634.8 *South Africa1985Special, Coal93132154, 634.2 Sudan1985Cotton, Oil Seeds26322148, 1571.3 *Syria1985Crude petrol, petroleum products3
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Central African Repub.1985Coffee, Wood07124235, 2441.6 *Colombia1985Coffee, petroleum products07133251, 1359.3 *Costa Rica1985Coffee, fruit07105130, 2460.5 *Cote d'Ivoire1985Cocoa, Coffee07207132, 2568 *El Salvador1985Coffee, Sugar07106163, 45
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The Statistics Canada World Trade Analyzer database provides data for 600 commodity groups for
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Category Sub-category Two digit SITC codes (from the World Trade Analyzer 2002)
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Manufactures Labor Manufactures 66 82 83 84 85 89 91 93 96
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Capital Manufactures 61 62 65 67 69 81 Machinery 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 87 88 95 Chemicals 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59
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Diffuse Animal products 0 1 2 3 21 29 43 94 Cereal products 4 8 9 12 22 26 41 42 Forest products 24 25 63 64 Tropical temporary 5 6 7 11 23 minus tropical permanent components Point
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Peter Schott for providing this information.
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Appendix Table 2: Data names and sources Entire sampleRegression sample Variable nameYear(s)Source Dependent variable
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NMeanSTDNMean
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Latitude--Hall and Jones (1999)896.2018.09666.2218.18 English language--Hall and Jones (1999)880.040.16660.040.19 European language--Hall and Jones (1999)890.200.36660.250.39 Possible determinants of economic growth
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GDP per capita1975World Bank (2002)902.212.03662.131.74 Secondary school achievement1975Barro and Lee (1995)908.807.09669.407.36 Trade openness1965- 1990Sachs and Warner (1995)850.190.33660.170.31 Change in terms of trade 1975 - 1997World Bank (2002)80-0.220.2666-0.220.27 Share of primary exports
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Sub-Saharan Africa----900.460.50660.440.50 Europe and Middle East----900.120.33660.110.31
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Latin America----900.240.43660.320.47
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East Asia----900.110.32660.080.27
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Institutions Rule of law2000/01Kaufmann et al. (2002)89-0.370.7266-0.380.68 Political instability and violence 2000/01Kaufmann et al. (2002)87-0.310.8365-0.320.78 Government ef
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Civil Liberties 1972-1998Easterly (2000)894.631.27654.481.20 Property rights and rule-based governance1997World Bank (2002)813.390.73623.490.59 Note: last columns are sample sizes, means, and standard deviations for the entire sample and the re
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Appendix Table 3: Determinants of economic growth: 1974 - 1997
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Specification Estimation procedure Constant4.15**4.71**4.19**4.
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GDP per capita-0.11-0.15-0.11-0.11-0.13-0.10 (0.13)(0.14)(0.12)(0.12)(0.13)(0.12) Secondary school achievement-0.03-0.04-0.03-0.03-0.04-0.03 (0.03)(0.04)(0.03)(0.03)(0.04)(0.03) T
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Sub-Saharan Africa-3.43**-3.43**-3.43**-3.43**-3.43**-3.43** (0.83)(0.77)(0.76)(0.76)(0.76)(0.76) Europe and Middle East-2.38*-2.61**-2.39**-2.40**-2.49**-2.36** (0.94)(0.96)(0.87)(0.87)(0.93)(0.87)
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Latin America-2.89**-2.83**-2.88**-2.88**-2.86**-2.89** (0.83)(0.78)(0.76)(0.75)(0.76)(0.75)
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East Asia-1.05-1.06-1.05-1.05-1.05-1.05 (1.04)(0.97)(0.95)(0.95)(0.95)(0.95) Adjusted r-squared0.470.540.560.560.550.56 Sample size656565656565
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InstrumentsPartial W'sNRPartial W's and NR
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Full W'sFull W's and NR (1)(3)(4)(2) OLS3SLS (5)(6) 3SLS3SLS 3SLS3SLS Hausman test--0.950.570.890.960.92 Overidentification test--0.
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Hausman-Taylor test------0.640.510.66 Notes:Dependent variable is the anuual growth rate in GDP: 1975 - 1997. * significant at 5% level; ** significant at 1% level. P - values listed for the three
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