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Lawrence N. Arbenser

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University of Lethbridge

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University of Lethbridge

4401 University Drive

Lethbridge, Alberta,T1K 3M4

Canada

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The University of Lethbridge AGILITY program is a new university-wide initiative that has been designed to nurture and support innovation and entrepreneurship among U of L students on both the Lethbridge and Calgary campuses. AGILITY is a program unique to t...more

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D. Ajit and Lawrence Arbenser
The issue of human development convergence for six regions of the world for the period 1985-2005 is examined using the stochastic convergence framework. Employing the two widely acclaimed panel unit tests, viz., the Levin-Lin-Chu (LLC) and Im-Pesaran-Shin (IPS), generally we do not find any evidence of HDI convergence across regions. D. Ajit, Economics Program, University of Northern British Columbia Prince George, British Columbia, Canada. Email: dayanana@unbc.ca Lawrence Arbenser, Economics Program, University of Northern British Columbia Prince George, British Columbia, Canada. Email: arbenser@unbc.ca COMMUNICATION FOR DEBATE & RESEARCH / 1 Corporate Sector, Industrialisation and Economic Development in India


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