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About James B Ang

My research has concentrated on how regions and countries can accelerate growth. It includes topics on innovative production, productivity trends, international diffusion of knowledge, human capital, quality of education, institutions, income inequality, financial development and liberalization, savings and investment, environmental pollution, and macroeconomic stability.
In particular, my research has focused on answering whether financial liberalization has an enhancing or retarding effect, which endogenous frameworks can best explain growth experiences of developing economies, and whether credit constraints, educational achievement and international knowledge spillovers play a role in ensuring sustained growth. My most recent research investigates how early historical development can have a persistent impact on shaping current economic performance for nations.

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Present Faculty Member, Nanyang Technological University
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