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Landmark Papers in Economic Growth Selected By Robert M. Solow

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Landmark Papers in Economic Growth Selected By Robert M. Solow

9781840644715 Edward Elgar Publishing
Edited by Robert M. Solow, Institute Professor Emeritus, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, US, Co-founder and Chairman, Cournot Foundation, Paris, France
Publication Date: 2001 ISBN: 978 1 84064 471 5 Extent: 296 pp
Robert Solow has made a seminal contribution in the field of aggregative economics. This authoritative volume will be an important starting point for any researcher or professional economist seeking to understand how this branch of economics advanced in the twentieth century.

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Robert Solow has made a seminal contribution in the field of aggregative economics. This authoritative volume will be an important starting point for any researcher or professional economist seeking to understand how this branch of economics advanced in the twentieth century.
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11 articles, dating from 1928 to 1993
Contributors include: P. Aghion, K. Arrow, D. Cass, P. Diamond, E. Domar, R. Harrod, P. Howitt, R. Lucas, F. Ramsey, P. Romer, T. Swan, A. Young
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Acknowledgements
Preface Mark Blaug
1. F.P. Ramsey (1928), ‘A Mathematical Theory of Saving’
2. Evsey D. Domar (1946) ‘Capital Expansion, Rate of Growth and Employment’
3. R.F. Harrod (1948), ‘Fundamental Dynamic Theorems’
4. T.W. Swan (1956), ‘Economic Growth and Capital Accumulation’
5. Kenneth J. Arrow (1962), ‘The Economic Implications of Learning by Doing’
6. Peter A. Diamond (1965), ‘National Debt in a Neoclassical Growth Model’
7. David Cass (1965), ‘Optimum Growth in an Aggregative Model of Capital Accumulation’
8. Robert E. Lucas, Jr (1988), ‘On the Mechanics of Economic Development’
9. Paul M. Romer (1990), ‘Endogenous Technological Change’
10. Philippe Aghion and Peter Howitt (1992), ‘A Model of Growth Through Creative Destruction’
11. Alwyn Young (1993), ‘Invention and Bounded Learning By Doing’
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