The Dynamics of Economic Growth
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Book ChaptersThe following chapters of this book are listed in IDEAS
- ., 2013. "Introduction," Chapters, in: The Dynamics of Economic Growth, chapter 1, pages 1-23, Edward Elgar Publishing.
- ., 2013. "Developing Asia in the global dynamics of catching up and falling behind," Chapters, in: The Dynamics of Economic Growth, chapter 2, pages 24-64, Edward Elgar Publishing.
- ., 2013. "The rise of Asia," Chapters, in: The Dynamics of Economic Growth, chapter 3, pages 65-143, Edward Elgar Publishing.
- ., 2013. "Sources of Developing Asia’s economic growth: insights from the standard growth accounting approach," Chapters, in: The Dynamics of Economic Growth, chapter 4, pages 144-193, Edward Elgar Publishing.
- ., 2013. "Sustaining high economic growth in Developing Asia: strategic insights and a catch-up policy framework," Chapters, in: The Dynamics of Economic Growth, chapter 5, pages 194-244, Edward Elgar Publishing.
KeywordsAsian Studies; Development Studies; Economics and Finance; Politics and Public Policy;
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