Global Economic Growth: Theories, Research, Studies, And Annotated Bibliography, 1950-1997 by Lewis-guodo LiuGlobal Economic Growth: Theories, Research, Studies, And Annotated Bibliography, 1950-1997 by Lewis-guodo Liu

Global Economic Growth: Theories, Research, Studies, And Annotated Bibliography, 1950-1997

byLewis-guodo Liu

Hardcover | January 31, 2000

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Economists have come a long way in understanding the economic growth process since Adam Smith. Economic growth research has not only had a great impact on policy making, it has also generated a large and diverse literature. Designed to facilitate teaching and research on economic growth, this book will help the scholar and student to navigate the literature on determinants of economic growth. The book's opening essay highlights the important theories and empirical findings, while the bibliography includes over 1,200 annotated entries. International in scope, the volume covers individual-country studies, cross-country comparative studies, and cross-continent and worldwide research. With chapters arranged by continent and country, the book enables the reader to quickly find titles of particular interest. Although the focus is on English-language titles, the book includes works in other languages as well. Coverage includes both books and articles. With this book, the reader can navigate through the literature accumulated over 45 years in just a few hours.
Title:Global Economic Growth: Theories, Research, Studies, And Annotated Bibliography, 1950-1997Format:HardcoverDimensions:360 pages, 9.58 × 6.44 × 1.28 inPublished:January 31, 2000Publisher:Greenwood PressLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0313307385

ISBN - 13:9780313307386

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.,."delivers just what its title indicates and is a handy reference both for students of economic growth and for those of us whose specialties preclude spending much time thinking about growth theory."-SGE Bulletin