Output elasticity of capital measures the fraction of total income that is attributed to physical capital.
The rate at which individuals increase skills.
The rate of wear and tear of physical capital.
Average age of all workers in years.
Rate of growth of general technology.
Rate of increase of population.
The fraction of output allocated to increasing the stock of physical capital.
The ratio of current human capital stock to maximum.
The ratio of physical capital to output.
The rate of increase of average complexity of all jobs in the economy, which determines learning potential.
The rate of population aging.
The fraction of human capital that young workers have when they enter the labor market.
GDP growth rate:%
GDP per capital growth rate:%
Human capital growth rate:%
Scientific concept by Alexander Patt
Design and programming by Urs Bösswetter / spooo design
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