1996

The Global Dimension of Economic Evolution

Knowledge Variety and Diffusion in Economic Growth and Development

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ISBN: 978-3-642-48872-6 (Print) 978-3-642-48870-2 (Online)

Table of contents (11 chapters)

  1. Front Matter

    Pages I-VI

  2. Editorial introduction

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      Pages 1-7

      Editorial introduction

  3. Stylized and simulated long-run economic development

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      Pages 9-28

      The long term impact of economic development in developed countries on developing countries since 1820

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      Pages 29-47

      An evolutionary model of long term cyclical variations of catching up and falling behind

  4. Knowledge creation and historical learning

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      Pages 49-62

      Technological diffusion: European experience to 1850

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      Pages 63-88

      Technological paradigms, patterns of learning and development: an introductory roadmap

  5. Catching up and falling behind in economic development

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      Pages 89-104

      Convergence or divergence? The impact of technology on “why growth rates differ”

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      Pages 105-115

      Catching up and falling behind, a vintage model approach

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      Pages 117-132

      Technological retard in small least developed countries — small is beautiful but fragile?

  6. Global potentialities, constraints and redistributional challenges

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      Pages 133-146

      Against free trade: neoclassical and steady-state perspectives

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      Pages 147-152

      A positive vision for the forerunner economies in the present global context

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      Pages 153-159

      The duration of development