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Causes of growth and stagnation in the world economy / Nicholas Kaldor.

بواسطة:Kaldor, Nicholas [author].
المساهم (المساهمين):Raffaele Mattioli Foundation.
نوع المادة : نصنصالسلاسل:Raffaele Mattioli lectures. الناشر:Cambridge [England] ; New York : Cambridge University Press, 1996الوصف:xii, 230 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm.نوع المحتوى:text نوع الوسائط: unmediated نوع الناقل:volumeردمك:0521561604 (hbk).الموضوع(موضوعات):Economic development | Equilibrium (Economics) | Stagnation (Economics) | Competition, Internationalمصادر على الخط المباشرPublisher description | Table of contents
المحتويات:
First Lecture: Equilibrium Theory and Growth Theory -- Second Lecture: Alternative Approaches to Growth Theory -- Third Lecture: The Problem of Intersectoral Balance -- Fourth Lecture: The Effects of Interregional and International Competition -- Fifth Lecture: Policy Implications of the Current World Situation -- Discussion / Amedeo Amato, Giacomo Becattini, Luigi Pasinetti, Paolo Sylos Labini, Siro Lombardini, Salvatore Biasco, Terenzio Cozzi, Mario Monti, Giovanni Bellone, Fabrizio Onida, Carlo Angelo Cardani, Carlo Filippini, Guido Tabellini and Ferdinando Targetti -- Nicholas Kaldor, A Biography / A. P. Thirlwall -- Bibliography of the Works of Nicholas Kaldor / Edited by Ferdinando Targetti.
ملخص:In this series of five lectures, Professor Kaldor explores the dynamic forces that govern the growth rate of individual countries and also the growth of the world economy as a closed system. In the first lecture he highlights what he regards as the deficiencies of the Walrasian general equilibrium theory for understanding the process of change in dynamic capitalist economies.ملخص:In the second lecture he proceeds to an analysis of alternative approaches to growth theory from the classics through Marx to Keynes. In the third lecture an innovative and elegant two-sector model is presented of the interaction between the primary producing sector and industrial sector of the world economy which highlights the importance of an equilibrium terms of trade for maximising the growth of output for the world economy as a whole. In the fourth lecture, the role of foreign trade and the balance of payments is used in the explanation of intercountry growth performance.ملخص:Finally, in the fifth lecture, Professor Kaldor discusses contemporary economic problems in the world economy. The lectures are followed by an extensive discussion, with contributions from distinguished Italian economists.
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At head of title: Raffaele Mattioli Foundation.

Includes bibliographical references (pages 191-219) and index.

First Lecture: Equilibrium Theory and Growth Theory -- Second Lecture: Alternative Approaches to Growth Theory -- Third Lecture: The Problem of Intersectoral Balance -- Fourth Lecture: The Effects of Interregional and International Competition -- Fifth Lecture: Policy Implications of the Current World Situation -- Discussion / Amedeo Amato, Giacomo Becattini, Luigi Pasinetti, Paolo Sylos Labini, Siro Lombardini, Salvatore Biasco, Terenzio Cozzi, Mario Monti, Giovanni Bellone, Fabrizio Onida, Carlo Angelo Cardani, Carlo Filippini, Guido Tabellini and Ferdinando Targetti -- Nicholas Kaldor, A Biography / A. P. Thirlwall -- Bibliography of the Works of Nicholas Kaldor / Edited by Ferdinando Targetti.

In this series of five lectures, Professor Kaldor explores the dynamic forces that govern the growth rate of individual countries and also the growth of the world economy as a closed system. In the first lecture he highlights what he regards as the deficiencies of the Walrasian general equilibrium theory for understanding the process of change in dynamic capitalist economies.

In the second lecture he proceeds to an analysis of alternative approaches to growth theory from the classics through Marx to Keynes. In the third lecture an innovative and elegant two-sector model is presented of the interaction between the primary producing sector and industrial sector of the world economy which highlights the importance of an equilibrium terms of trade for maximising the growth of output for the world economy as a whole. In the fourth lecture, the role of foreign trade and the balance of payments is used in the explanation of intercountry growth performance.

Finally, in the fifth lecture, Professor Kaldor discusses contemporary economic problems in the world economy. The lectures are followed by an extensive discussion, with contributions from distinguished Italian economists.

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