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The Elasticity of Health Expenditure on Agricultural Productivity Growth in Southeast Asia
Asia Pacific Journal of Health Management
Recently, agricultural productivity growth has experienced a sharp downward turn across the countries of Southeast Asia partly due to population aging, increasing pace of urbanization, and industrialization. Objective: To provide empirical evidence to the elasticity of prevailing health spending as a proxy of human capital stock on agricultural productivity growth in Southeast Asia. Methods: This study analyses data obtained from the World Development Indicators for 2000-2016 using panel datadoi:10.24083/apjhm.v16i2.699 fatcat:tmcydpcwgzfvzj5x3que7wxzqe