GDPPPPGross Domestic Product Purchasing Power Parity
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In the second common factor the highest weights for variables are found for GDPPPP, LAB_P_E, R&D, H_ED, and in 2005 to a lesser extent also for GHGEMIS (with negative sign).
In the second common factor, human capital and knowledge with expenditures in R&D underlined the impact on the number of graduates in the areas of science and technology, where the highest weights are confirmed for variables R&D, GDPPPP, LAB_P_E, and for H_ED.
(16) Moreover, the LAC's GDPPPP per capita growth rate from the end of the Cold War until 2004 has been a respectable 1.1 percent, only slightly less than the world average of 1.4 percent during that same time frame.