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Rethinking, Economic, Development, Growth y Institutions

By: Ros, Jaime
Publisher: Reino Unido: CPI Group Ltd, 2013Description: 469 p. DigitalSubject(s): DESARROLLO | CRECIMIENTO | INSTITUCIONES | NEOCLASICISMO | RECURSOS | IIC20DDC classification: Online resources: ►►DOWNLOAD EBOOK / DESCARGAR LIBRO DIGITAL◄◄
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REFERENCIA FORMATO APA: Ros, J. (2013). Rethinking economic development, growth, and institutions. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
Summary: This book is a sequel to Development Theory and the Economics of Growth, published in 2000 with the aim to vindicate the theoretical insights and accumulated empirical knowledge of classical development economics and to integrate them into the mainstream of modern growth economics. The growth and development field has expanded in the last twelve years in welcome directions that aim to deepen our understanding of the fundamental determinants of comparative development. This new book evaluates these new directions, including developments in endogenous growth theory and economic geography as well as the rise and challenge of the new institutional economics, in the light of the earlier, classical contributions to development theory. As with the previous book, the professional economist and researcher will find in the present one original theses on the contributions that early development theory can make to the research program of the economicsof growth and comparative development. Graduate and advanced undergraduate students in economics will find a balanced theoretical treatment and an assessment of the empirical evidence provided by new and earlier approaches to economic growth and development.
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REFERENCIA FORMATO APA: Ros, J. (2013). Rethinking economic development, growth, and institutions. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

This book is a sequel to Development Theory and the Economics of Growth, published in 2000 with the aim to vindicate the theoretical insights and accumulated empirical knowledge of classical development economics and to integrate them into the mainstream of modern growth economics. The growth and development field has expanded in the last twelve years in welcome directions that aim to deepen our understanding of the fundamental determinants of comparative development. This new book evaluates these new directions, including developments in endogenous growth theory and economic geography as well as the rise and challenge of the new institutional economics, in the light of the earlier, classical contributions to development theory. As with the previous book, the professional economist and researcher will find in the present one original theses on the contributions that early development theory can make to the research program of the economicsof growth and comparative development. Graduate and advanced undergraduate students in economics will find a balanced theoretical treatment and an assessment of the empirical evidence provided by new and earlier approaches to economic growth and development.

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