Nations and households in economic growth: : essays in honor of Moses Abramovitz. / Edited by Paul A. David [and] Melvin W. Reder.
|出版者||New York, : Academic Press|
|大きさ||xiii, 411 p. : illus. ; 24 cm.|
|内容注記||Microeconomic foundations: Arrow, K. J. The measurement of real value added.--David, P. A. Fortune, risk, and the microeconomics of migration.--Easterlin, R. A. Does economic growth improve the human lot?--Kuznets, S. Income-related differences in natural increase; bearing on growth and distribution of income.--Reder, M. W. An economic theory of imperialism.--Sanderson, W. C. Does the theory of demand need the maximum principle?--Scitovsky, T. Are men rational or economists wrong?--Macroeconomic performance; Growth and stability: Cheetham, R. J., Kelley, A. C., and Williamson, J. G. Demand, structural change, and the process of growth.--Friedman, M. Monetary policy in developing countries.--Ginzberg, E. Government; the fourth factor.--Hickman, B. G. What became of the building cycle?--Mathieson, D. J. and McKinnon, R. I. Instability in underdeveloped countries.--Moore, G. H. Economic indicator analysis during 1969-72.--Tarshis, L. The dollar standard and|
David, Paul A.
Reder, Melvin Warren,(1919-)