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Crescimento endôgeno e crescimento económico nos países em vias de desenvolvimento
[Endogenous growth and economic growth in developing countries]

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  • Muhate, Basílio

Os últimos anos foram palco de uma revolução macroeconómica ao nível das tradicionais teorias de crescimento económico, muito à custa dos novos paradigmas de desenvolvimento económico com ênfase na teoria de crescimento endógeno. Mudou a percepção que se tem sobre crescimento económico, mas também mudou a forma como as economias mundiais se interelacionam, principalmente com surgimento de fenómenos como globalização e a integração regional. Torna-se interessante fazer um “rescue” das diferentes abordagens sobre crescimento económico, diferenciando níveis diferentes de desnvolvimento. Mas mais interessante ainda pode ser o grande propósito deste trabalho que é abordar e confrontar as premissas de diferentes modelos de crescimento económico (focalizando o modelo de crescimento endógeno) e depois verificar as suas implicações macroeconómicas, sem edscurara as possíveis fraquezas de ambos os modelos. A última parte deste trabalho consistiu nas conclusões.

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Paper provided by University Library of Munich, Germany in its series MPRA Paper with number 15838.

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Date of creation: Oct 2006
Date of revision: Aug 2007
Handle: RePEc:pra:mprapa:15838
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