Strukturální modely růstu
This is one chapter from the book “Eseje o teoriich ekonomickeho rustu” (Essays in the Theory of the Economic Growth”, that was published in Czechoslovakia during 1967. The main purpose of the book was to fill one of the many gaps in the knowledge of the advanced contemporary economic theory. These gaps were created in the times of dogmatic Marxism. This particular chapter was about the multi-sector models of economic growth. It starts with Walras’s attempts to make a dynamic version of his model of general equilibrium. It continues with presentation and detail explanation of several versions of the Leontief’s Input-Output model. Then von Neumann’s model is discussed with its extensions by Morishima (Marx-von Neumann and Walras – von Neumann models) and with analysis of the “Turnpike Theorem” (Dorfman, Samuelson, Solow, Hicks, Mc Kenzie, Morishima, Nikaido and Radner). There is a brief information about Optimalization models at the end of the chapter.
|Date of creation:||1967|
|Publication status:||Published in “Eseje o teoriich ekonomickeho rustu” (1967): pp. 247-277|
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- J. R. Hicks, 1961. "Prices and the Turnpike: I. The Story of a Mare's Nest," Review of Economic Studies, Oxford University Press, vol. 28(2), pages 77-88.
- Lionel W. McKenzie, 2012.
The New Palgrave Dictionary of Economics,
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