Harrod’s Economic Dynamics As A Persistent And Regime-Changing Adjustment Process

  • Maurizio Pugno

Abstract

Harrod’s analysis of economic dynamics does not consist of a compact and coherent set of statements. It is instead scattered over many writings belonging to different periods of his intellectual life. However, its impact on economists has been great, given its contribution to the birth of macro-dynamics.

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Income Dition Tempo Abate Alcuni 

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