The ‘Programming Approach’

  • Franco Archibugi


The following chapters refer to elements referenced in the conclusion of Chap.  4, with the aim of further characterising Frisch’s concept of planning. From this point onward these will be prioritised—for even greater clarity of direction and sense—in order to illustrate how Frisch progressively perfects the question of the programming approach (PA).

Bibliographical References to Chapter 5 (Vol. I)

  1. Frisch, R. (1961). ‘Economic Planning and the Growth Problem in Developing Countries’, in: Stasoekonomisk Tidsskrift, 2/3, 1961. Repub. in: Frisch, R. (1976) F. Lang ed.Google Scholar
  2. Frisch, R. (1962). ‘Preface to the Oslo Channel Model: A Survey of Types of Economic Forecasting and Programming’. In: R. C. Geary, ed., Europe’s Future in Figures. Amsterdam, North-Holland. [republished. in: F. Long ed., Economic Planning Studies, Reidel, Dordrecht (see), 1976, (pp. 87–127)].Google Scholar
  3. Long, Frank. (1976), ed., Ragnar Frisch Economic Planning Studies Reidel Publishing Company, Dordrecht.Google Scholar

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Authors and Affiliations

  • Franco Archibugi
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  1. 1.RomeItaly

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