The Development of Regional Economic Project; Literature Review
AbstractThis paper is a literature review of economic growth theory. The paper commences with a brief history on economic growth theory, to provide some insight as to the origins of contemporary thinking. The neo-classicaltheory, popular in the 1950s and currently experiencing a revival, is discussed which forms a platform for the discussion on each of the contemporary theories.
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Bibliographic InfoPaper provided by South Australian Centre for Economic Studies- in its series Papers with number 97.3.
Length: 90 pages
Date of creation: 1997
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