Springer, 2009. — 380 p. — ISBN: 3540922814, 9783540922810What are the causes of economic growth? As billions of people still live in poverty, this is perhaps the most important question in human science. It is also a very complex one, as rates of economic growth are influenced by a multitude of economic as well as political, geographical and sociological factors. This books attempts to advance a nuanced understanding of the process of economic growth by synthesizing the insights of several social science disciplines. Different theories and methods employed by economists and other social scientists to study the causes of economic growth are analyzed and it is shown how and why those insights should be integrated by applying best-practice techniques of interdisciplinary analysis. Scholars and practitioners are thus provided with a wide array of potential strategies for encouraging growth as well as guidance on how these strategies may interact. Keywords » Economic Development - Innovation - Institution - Interdisciplinarity - economic growth - growth - technologyContents: Interdisciplinarity and Economic Growth.- The Key Phenomena that Potentially Cause Growth.- The Most Relevant Theories and Methods.- Relevant Disciplines and Disciplinary Perspectives.- An Interdisciplinary Literature Survey.- The Causes of Economic Growth: Investment, Trade, Technology, Geography.- The Causes of Economic Growth: Institutions.- The Causes of Economic Growth: Cultural and Social Determinants.- Causal Arguments Under-studied in the Literature.- Emergent Properties of the System of Causal Links.- Integrating Diverse Views of the Role of Government.- Reflections on the Results of Integration.- Possible Tests of the Results of Integration.- Concluding Remarks.
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Princeton University Press, 2009. — 1008 p. — ISBN: 0691132925, 9780691132921
Introduction to Modern Economic Growth is a groundbreaking text from one of today's leading economists. Daron Acemoglu gives graduate students not only the tools to analyze growth and related macroeconomic problems, but also the broad perspective needed to apply those tools to the big-picture...
Oxford University Press – 2009, 472 pages
ISBN: 019956440X, 9780199564408
Invaluable accompaniment to key text
Provides thorough and comprehensive solutions
High degree of mathematical sophistication
This exercise and solutions manual accompanies Foundations of Modern Macroeconomics, Second Edition
Foundations of Modern Macroeconomics deals with all the major topics,...
Wiley, 2007. — 499 p.
Introduction: A Roadmap of the New World of Structured Credit.
How Structured Credit Completes Markets.
Improved Liquidity, Transparency, and Customizability.
Growth of Structured Credit Markets.
Core Uses of Structured Credit.
4th ed. — McGraw-Hill/Irwin, 2012. — 738 p. — (McGraw-Hill Series Economics). — ISBN 0073511374, 9780073511375. David Romer's Advanced Macroeconomics, 4e, continues its tradition as the standard text and the starting point for graduate macroeconomic courses and helps lay the groundwork for students to begin doing research in macroeconomics and monetary economics. Formal models are...
Springer Science+Business Media LLC – 2011, 132 pages
ISBN: 1441980253, 9781441980250
Integrates the micro theory of industry growth with macro theory
Emphasizes the impact of the recent upsurge of information technology and the role of non-market institutions
Analyzes the growth of markets and high-tech industries, especially in Asia, with reference to knowledge creation...
Welfens P. J.J. - Innovations in Macroeconomics , Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg, 2007 - 446p.
Globalization, Specialization and Innovation Dynamics.
Approaches in Modern Macroeconomics.
Human Capital, Physical Capital and Innovations in Open Economies.
A Critique of the Hecscher-Ohlin-Samuelson Approach.
A Solving the Leontief Paradox?
A Variations on...