Author: Sajal Lahiri
Editor(s): Sajal Lahiri / Pradip Maiti
Publisher: Oxford University Press
ISBN/UPC (if available): 978-0-19-567230-5
This volume brings together thirteen essays - written by well-known academics across three continents - on economic growth and development from theoretical and empirical perspectives. The essays are wide-ranging and cover both classical and neoclassical approaches.
The contributions, on topics that have interested Sanjit Bose - to whom this volume is dedicated - are also relevant in discussions on theoretical development and policymaking. They focus on:
Growth and accumulation of human capital
Role of international trade in economic growth and welfare
Basic conceptual issues such as "What is national income?"
Income distribution and structural change
Leading Sectors that can induce highest long-run growth
Policy towards the provision of public goods
This book will be useful for postgraduate students and teachers of growth and development economics and is a valuable research resource for scholars interested in dynamic theory
Growth and Dynamics
Public Policy and Economic Theory
Global Economy and Economic Policy