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Origen y evolución de la teoría del crecimiento impulsado por la demanda real

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  • Gonzalo Cómbita


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    El artículo estudia el origen y evolución de la teoría del crecimiento endógeno a las fuerzas del mercado, desde la óptica de Adam Smith, Alfred Marshall, Allyn Young y Lauchlin Currie, quienes introdujeron aportes significativos, al presentar nuevos conceptos y precisar o cambiar el significado de los ya existentes. Esta teoría entiende que la economía progresa continuamente mediante sucesivas reorganizaciones de los procesos productivos, lo cual produce un aumento acumulativo de la demanda real, reflejado en un continuo desequilibrio dentro de la economía. Lo anterior significa una crítica fuerte a las visiones tradicionales del crecimiento económico y un campo de investigación fértil.

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    Article provided by UN - RCE - CID in its journal REVISTA CUADERNOS DE ECONOMÍA.

    Volume (Year): (2012)
    Issue (Month): (June)

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    Handle: RePEc:col:000093:009953
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