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Jaime Ros, Professor of Economics, Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico (UNAM) and Professor Emeritus, University of Notre Dame
Table of Contents
Introduction 1. Some Stylized Facts of Economic Development Part I. Neoclassical and Endogenous Growth Models 2. Basic Neoclassical and Endogenous Growth Models 3. Endogenous Savings and International Capital Mobility in the Neoclassical Model 4. Human Capital in Neoclassical and Endogenous Growth Models 5. Industrial Differentiation and Creative Destruction in New Growth Theory Part II. Classical Development Theory 6. The Lewis Model and the Labor Surplus Economy 7. Increasing Returns, External Economies, and Multiple Equilibria 8. Internal Economies, Imperfect Competition, and Pecuniary Externalities 9. Openness and the Big Push: Criticisms and Extensions of Classical Development Theory Part III. Aggregate Demand and Growth 10. Effective Demand and Factor Accumulation 11. Demand-Driven Technical Change, the Real Exchange Rate, and Growth 12. Kalecki's Dual Economy Model and Structuralist Growth Models 13. Debt Traps and Growth Collapses Part IV. Deep Determinants of Comparative Development 14. Trade and Development 15. Developmental Effects of Natural Resource Abundance 16. Inequality and Middle Income Traps 17. Institutions and Development 18. Geography, Colonialism, and Underdevelopment 19. Successes and Failures in Economic Development: The Keys to the Kingdom