Technical progress and the process of economic development.
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Published by Netherlands Universities Foundation for International Cooperation in Hague .
Written in English


  • Economic development.

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Pagination81 p.
Number of Pages81
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Open LibraryOL16856522M

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Introduction 2. Technological Progress and Long-run Economic Growth 3. Endogenous Growth: The Evolution of Technological Progress 4. Initial Conditions and Economic Development: The Malaysian Case 5. The Role of the State in the Development of the Manufacturing Sector 6. Structural Change, Labour Utilization and Economic Growth 7. This paper examined the relationship between technological progress, measured by TFP growth, and economic growth, measured by GDP growth, both at . Technical progress, capital accumulation and income distribution in Classical economics: Adam Smith, David Ricardo and Karl Marx Heinz D. Kurz The past is a foreign country, where we come from. (David Lowenthal) 1. Introduction The problem of endogenous technical change, its causes, forms and effects, has been high on the agenda of economic.   18 The Process of Economic Development Nonetheless, there are gains that have been made in the less-developed world despite a sometimes weak and uneven record of economic growth and production since the s that provide reason for continued hope that positive and reasonably equitable progress remains possible if societies make the right choices.

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