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    Title: 利用合成控制法估計加入歐盟對經濟成長的影響:來自中歐四國的證據
    Estimating the Impact of Joining the European Union on the Economic Growth Using Synthetic Control Method: Evidence from the Visegrad Group Countries
    Authors: 彭怡愷
    Pomykalova, Lenka
    Contributors: 楊子霆
    Yang, Tzu-Ting
    Pomykalova, Lenka
    Keywords: 歐盟
    European Union
    Visegrad Group
    Synthetic Control Method
    Czech Republic
    Slovak Republic
    Date: 2020
    Issue Date: 2020-07-01 14:07:25 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: The main aim of the thesis is to estimate the effect of joining the European Union on the Visegrad group countries. The growth effects were estimated for the GDP per capita and the GDP components of the Visegrad group countries by using the synthetic control method. The results of the analysis show that the membership in the European Union had a positive effect on the GDP per capita of three countries, Czech Republic, Slovakia and for the last treated years, Poland. The results revealed negative effect of the membership on the GDP per capita in Hungary. The analysis also showed that the net export per capita was the main driving force of the GDP per capita growth in the Visegrad Group countries, gained by the increased trade with the European Union members and the single market accession. The results for the rest of the GDP components were inconclusive and mostly statistically insignificant.
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    Source URI: http://thesis.lib.nccu.edu.tw/record/#G0107266010
    Data Type: thesis
    DOI: 10.6814/NCCU202000585
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