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Empirics of growth and development

  • Durlauf,S.N.
  • Kourtellos,A.
  • Tan,C.M.

    (University of Wisconsin-Madison, Social Systems Research Institute)

This two-volume original reference work provides a comprehensive overview of development economics and comprises contributions by some of the leading scholars working in the field. Authors are drawn from around the world and write on a wide range of topics.

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