|Book title:||New Growth Theory: An Applied Perspective|
|Rating:||4.8 / 5|
|Publisher:||Edward Elgar Pub (February 1, 1999)|
|Subcategory:||Business & Finance|
|Other format:||lrf doc mobi docx|
Attempts to explain the process of long-run economic growth through endogenous forces such as human capital, knowledge spillover, and information technology. Reviews economic issues in new growth theory, and discusses its empirical evidence and usefulness in national policy making. Analyzes the dynamic and disequilibrium models as applied to recent international growth and discusses their policy implications, and empirically illustrates the various phases of growth in technology-intensive sectors such as flexible manufacturing and the semiconductor and telecommunications industries. Annotation c. by Book News, Inc., Portland, Or.