|dc.contributor.author||A.P. Thirlwall, Edward Elgar||-|
|dc.identifier.isbn||1 84064 864 3||-|
|dc.description||This short book has arisen out of a series of lectures and seminars that I gave at the National University of Mexico in September 2000. They, in turn, were based on a selection of lectures I have been giving for a long time at the University of Kent to students studying for a Master’s degree in development economics. The fact that the lectures were given to graduate students, however, does not mean that the book will not be intelligible to others, including undergraduates and practitioners in the development field. First of all, the basic principles of growth and development theory are not that difficult to grasp by anyone with a willingness and interest to learn, and secondly, following the dictum of Alfred Marshall (the great 19th-century Cambridge economist), I have tried to translate theoretical models expressed in mathematics into words.||-|
|dc.title||The Nature of Economic growth: An alternative framework for understanding the performance of Nations||en_US|
|Appears in Collections:||Regional and Local Development Studies|
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