Book: John Fei, Gustav Ranis «Growth and Development From an Evolutionary Perspective»

Growth and Development From an Evolutionary Perspective

The central purpose is to borrow and on occasion adapt the various tool kits offered to improve our current understanding of the development process which we see, in Simon Kuznets' terminology, as a transition from agrarianism to modern economic growth.

Издательство: "Wiley-Blackwell, Blackwell Publishers" (1999)

ISBN: 0631218890, 978-0631218890

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