Nations and Households in Economic Growth: Essays in Honor of Moses Abramovitz is a collection of papers that reflect the broad sweep of Moses Abramovitzas interests within the disciplines of economics and economic history. This work is organized into two parts encompassing 14 chapters. The first part discusses the individual and social welfare significance of quantitative indices of economic growth. This part also deals with the mechanisms of economic-demographic interdependence and their bearing particularly upon along swings in the rate of growth. The second part highlights the changing role of international relations in processes generating national economic development and domestic economic instability. This book will be of value to economists, historians, and researchers.The individual and social welfare significance of quantitative indices of economic growth, the mechanisms of ... instabilityaall these, and still other topics to which Abramovitza#39;s attention has turned, are treated in the present group of essays.
|Title||:||Nations and Households in Economic Growth|
|Author||:||Paul A. David, Melvin W. Reder|
|Publisher||:||Academic Press - 2014-05-10|