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David Canning
David Canning
Professor of Economics and International Health, Harvard School of Public Health, Harvard University
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The effect of health on economic growth: a production function approach
DE Bloom, D Canning, J Sevilla
World development 32 (1), 1-13, 2004
22952004
The demographic dividend: A new perspective on the economic consequences of population change
D Bloom, D Canning, J Sevilla
Rand Corporation, 2003
20212003
The health and wealth of nations
DE Bloom, D Canning
Science 287 (5456), 1207-1209, 2000
14512000
Implications of population ageing for economic growth
DE Bloom, D Canning, G Fink
Oxford review of economic policy 26 (4), 583-612, 2010
13272010
Higher education and economic development in Africa
DE Bloom, D Canning, K Chan
World Bank, 2006
13082006
Fertility, female labor force participation, and the demographic dividend
DE Bloom, D Canning, G Fink, JE Finlay
Journal of Economic growth 14, 79-101, 2009
10762009
The effect of health on economic growth: theory and evidence
DE Bloom, D Canning, JP Sevilla
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2001
7832001
Urbanization and the wealth of nations
DE Bloom, D Canning, G Fink
Science 319 (5864), 772-775, 2008
7142008
Global demographic change: Dimensions and economic significance
DE Bloom, D Canning
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2004
7112004
Longevity and life‐cycle savings
DE Bloom, D Canning, B Graham
The Scandinavian Journal of Economics 105 (3), 319-338, 2003
6952003
Infrastructure, long‐run economic growth and causality tests for cointegrated panels
D Canning, P Pedroni
The Manchester School 76 (5), 504-527, 2008
6152008
Economic growth and the demographic transition
DE Bloom, D Canning, JP Sevilla
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2001
5992001
The social rate of return on infrastructure investments
D Canning, E Bennathan
Available at SSRN 630763, 2000
5972000
Infrastructure's contribution to aggregate output
D Canning
World Bank Publications, 1999
570*1999
The economic consequences of reproductive health and family planning
D Canning, TP Schultz
The Lancet 380 (9837), 165-171, 2012
5192012
Demographic change, social security systems, and savings
DE Bloom, D Canning, RK Mansfield, M Moore
Journal of Monetary Economics 54 (1), 92-114, 2007
5152007
The value of vaccination
DE Bloom, D Canning, M Weston
Fighting the diseases of poverty, 214-238, 2017
4862017
Health and economic growth: reconciling the micro and macro evidence
DE Bloom, D Canning, R Kotschy, K Prettner, JJ Schünemann
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2019
4182019
Africa's demographic transition: dividend or disaster?
D Canning, S Raja, AS Yazbeck
World Bank Publications, 2015
3932015
Infrastructure and long run economic growth
D Canning, P Pedroni
Center for Analytical Economics working paper 99 (09), 1999
3761999
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