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Surveys in Economic Growth. Theory and Empirics. Edition No. 1. Surveys of Recent Research in Economics

  • ID: 2246367
  • Book
  • December 2003
  • 304 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
This volume discusses recent work on economic growth from both theoretical and empirical points of view.
  • An in-depth discussion of recent work on economic growth.
  • Keeps readers abreast of the central ideas in the field.
  • Presents both theoretical and empirical points of view.
  • Accessible to the technically competent non-specialist economist.
  • Covers topics such as technical progress, human capital, international trade, convergence, unemployment, and fiscal policy.
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1. Economic Growth in Transition: Donald A. R. George (University of Edinburgh), Les Oxley (University of Canterbury, New Zealand) and Ken Carlaw (University of Canterbury, New Zealand).

2. Specifying Human Capital: Ludger Wõßmann (Ifo Institute for Economic Research, Munich).

3. Cost and Income Based Measures of Human Capital: Trinh Le, John Gibson (University of Waikato, New Zealand) and Les Oxley (University of Canterbury, New Zealand).

4. What Have We Learnt From the Convergence Debate?: Nazrul Islam (Emory University).

5. How Large is International Trade’s Effect on Economic Growth?: Joshua J. Lewer (West Texas, A & M University) and Hendrik Van den Berg (University of Nebraska).

6. Fiscal Policy and Economic Growth: Martin Zagler (Vienna University of Economics & Business Administration and Free University of Bozen, Bolzano) and Georg Durnecker (Vienna University of Economics & Business Administration).

7. Growth and Unemployment: Towards a Theoretical Integration: Fabio Aricó (University of Pavia).

8. Productivity, Technology and Economic Growth: What is the Relationship?: Kenneth I Carlaw (University of Canterbury, New Zealand) and Richard G. Lipsey (Simon Fraser University, Canada).

9. The Long-Run Implications of Growth Theories: Jonathan Temple (University of Bristol).

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Donald A. R. George University of Edinburgh.

Les Oxley University of Canterbury, New Zealand.

Kenneth Carlaw University of Canterbury, New Zealand.
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