Pak-Hung Mo

Hong Kong Baptist University (HKBU)

Kowloon

Hong Kong

SCHOLARLY PAPERS

7

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Scholarly Papers (7)

1.

International Human Trafficking: Theory and Solution

Number of pages: 26 Posted: 30 Nov 2011
Pak-Hung Mo
Hong Kong Baptist University (HKBU)
Downloads 307 (40,795)

Abstract:

human trafficking, global development, income disparities

2.

Rational Democracy: A Political System for Universal Interest

Number of pages: 35 Posted: 09 Aug 2011
Pak-Hung Mo
Hong Kong Baptist University (HKBU)
Downloads 73 (222,548)
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3.

Institutions, Entrepreneurship and Channels to Sustained Economic Growth

Number of pages: 28 Posted: 11 Feb 2011
Pak-Hung Mo
Hong Kong Baptist University (HKBU)
Downloads 66 (258,048)
Citation 3

Abstract:

Institution, Entrepreneurship, Tools Variety, Technology, Economic Growth

4.

Trade Liberalization Sequence for Sustained Economic Growth

Number of pages: 23 Posted: 23 Jan 2011
Pak-Hung Mo
Hong Kong Baptist University (HKBU)
Downloads 54 (272,835)
Citation 3

Abstract:

Trade liberalization, Sustained economic growth

5.

Democracy and Economic Growth: Optimal Level and Transmission Channels

Number of pages: 30 Posted: 09 Aug 2011
Pak-Hung Mo
Hong Kong Baptist University (HKBU)
Downloads 48 (296,462)

Abstract:

economic growth, political rights

6.

Tools Variety, Technology and the Schumpeterian Cobb-Douglas Production Function

Number of pages: 24 Posted: 26 Jan 2011
Pak-Hung Mo
Hong Kong Baptist University (HKBU)
Downloads 42 (323,984)
Citation 3

Abstract:

Cobb-Douglas Production Function, Endogenous Growth, Technical Progress, Productivity

7.

The Effects of Wage-Labor Regulations on Economic Performances: Much More Damaging than Expected

Number of pages: 39 Posted: 23 Jan 2011
Pak-Hung Mo
Hong Kong Baptist University (HKBU)
Downloads 34 (352,474)

Abstract:

economic growth, minimum wage, private investment, government size, government