Theories and models of structural dynamics: an ‘ideal’ general framework ?
AbstractThis contribution concerns models and theories of structural economic dynamics. The theories and models analyzed in the paper follow two different approaches, circular and vertical, in the analysis of structural dynamics. The content of this contribution is essentially methodological. This work also aims at identifying a possible ‘ideal’ general framework for the analysis of structural economic dynamics, by singling out a core set of fundamental methodological and analytical principles that should constitute the basis of such a possible ‘ideal’ model.
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structural dynamics; methods of decomposition; multisectoral models; complexity;
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