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Passenger Car Demand and Polarized Economic Development in Korea
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 Title & Authors
Passenger Car Demand and Polarized Economic Development in Korea
Kim, Hyun-Chul;
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 Abstract
This paper investigates the relationship between the passenger car demand and business activities in the OECD. The positively linear relationships changed suddenly since 1990 and the reason was thought to be the polarized economic development of USA and Japan. The cases of other countries supports this conclusion. According to the conclusion, we modeled and estimated the car demand function of Korea.
 Keywords
Polarized economic development;passenger car demand function;poverty rate;poverty gap;
 Language
Korean
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