Global Economic Growth: Theories, Research, Studies, and Annotated Bibliography, 1950-1997
Greenwood Publishing Group, 2000 - 342 頁
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.
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The neoclassical production function used by Solow ( 1956 , 1957 ) and Swan ( 1956 ) to model economic growth became the ruling paradigm for growth studies at the time , and remains highly influential to this day .
Output was modeled using a Cobb - Douglas production function with constant returns to scale and diminishing returns to factor inputs . The production function depicted output as a function of capital , labor , and technology inputs .
The process is depicted by a Cobb - Douglas production function that exhibits constant returns to scale and diminishing returns to the factor inputs as follows : Y = A Ko La ( 1 ) where a and 1 - a are the relative income shares of ...
Actual saving per worker ( person ) is represented by the sku functions for each country . Equilibrium occurs for each country where the ska function intersects the ...
Solow introduced technological progress ( A ) into a Cobb - Douglas production function as an exogenous influence to provide a means to explain why most industrial economies display persistent growth in per capita output .
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THE PHILIPPINES Books
VI Informal Growth Regressions
VII Summary and Public Policy Conclusions
ANNOTATED BIBLIOGRAPHY 19501997
THE NETHERLANDS Books
RUSSIA AND THE FORMER SOVIET UNION
THE UNITED STATES