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Author: Dipankar Dasgupta
ISBN: 0198069960
Subcategory: Business & Finance
Pages 280 pages
Publisher Oxford University Press; 1 edition (March 24, 2011)
Language English
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by Dipankar Dasgupta


Dipankar Dasgupta retired as Professor of Economics, Indian Statistical Institute, Kolkata.

Dipankar Dasgupta retired as Professor of Economics, Indian Statistical Institute, Kolkata. He also taught at Indian Statistical Institute, Delhi.

This book is about growth theory, an important subject taught as a part of economic theory. Affiliations are at time of print publication. Dipankar Dasgupta, author Indian Statistical Institute, Kolkata. It introduces the literature on growth and inequality and examines Charles Jones’s views on growth economics.

Growth Theory General Equilibrium Theory Input-output Theory Macroeconomics Public Economics. D Dasgupta, P Maiti, R Mukherjee, S Sarkar, S Chakrabarti. Economic and Political Weekly, 2413-2422, 2000. Articles Cited by. Title. Growth and interstate disparities in India. Growth versus welfare in a model of nonrival infrastructure. Journal of Development Economics 58 (2), 359-385, 1999. Theoretical analysis of ‘Demonetisation’. Economic & Political Weekly 51 (51), 67-71, 2016. Power and distribution of profits.

The book deals with Growth Theory, one of the most interesting as well as important subjects universities across the world teach . Textbook for post graduate as well as senior graduate level students. Author's experiences in the classroom.

The book deals with Growth Theory, one of the most interesting as well as important subjects universities across the world teach at the Master's level.

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This book deals with Growth Theory, an important subject taught as a part of economic theory. Amongst other topics, it introduces the literature on growth and inequality as well as a major critique of growth economics by Charles Jones. These issues remained unaddressed in an earlier volume by the author, Growth Theory: Solow and His Modern Exponents (OUP 2005).

The problem of economic growth today constitutes one of the most important concerns facing policy planners from developing, as well as developed countries

The problem of economic growth today constitutes one of the most important concerns facing policy planners from developing, as well as developed countries. This has triggered renewed interest in growth economics among theorists.

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The book deals with Growth Theory, one of the most interesting as well as important subjects universities across the world teach at the Master's level. It is based on lectures delivered to Master's level students and Research Scholars at the Indian Statistical Institute, the Jawaharlal Nehru University, the Delhi School of Economics, the Indian Institute of Technology, Kharagpur, Kobe University, Japan, and the City University of Hong Kong. In order to take into account student inputs, several batches of students were exposed to the ideas presented here, who provided their feedbacks to the author. The book provides an in depth treatment of Old Growth Theory and then follows it up with the best known works in New Growth Theory. In addition, to ensure that the book serves the purpose of a classroom textbook, the exercises have been added at the end of each chapter that teachers can use to test the understanding of the students. The first two chapters deal with Control Theory which is explained in detail with reference to the best known of Growth Theory Models, viz. Robert Solow's neoclassical model of growth. These ideas extend easily to the later chapters as well. The first two chapters of the book can be used for a first year Master's level course in Macroeconomics as well, though the book as a whole deals with the subject of Economic Growth, which is usually taught as a special paper at the second year Master's level. Finally, given that the book starts off with numerical examples relating to the Indian economy, it should appeal to students studying in Indian universities.