• Cover; Structural Dynamics and Economic Growth; Title; Copyright; Contents; Figures; Table; Contributors; Introduction: structural dynamics and contemporary growth theory; 1 The scope of growth theory today; 2 Two building blocks of the contemporary analysis of economic growth; 3 The present state of structural dynamics; 4 The role of institutions in structural change; 5 The contributions in this volume; 6 The future of structural dynamics; Epilogue; References; Part I Structural dynamics: past and present
  • 1 Structural change: some historical aspects of Pasinettis work with special reference to classical economics1 Introduction; 2 The classical inspiration of Pasinetti's theory of structural change; 3 The historical context of Pasinetti's conception of structural change; 4 Pasinetti and the classical four stages theory; 5 Pasinetti, and Ricardo's and Marshall's economics; 6 Concluding remarks; References; 2 Structural dynamics in historical perspective; 1 Introduction; 2 From statics to dynamics in the theory of the general economic equilibrium; 3 Pasinetti's research programme
  • 4 The criticism of the von Neumann model5 From Leontief's model to the dynamics of the vertically integrated sectors; 6 Some characteristics of structural dynamics; 7 From the pure labour model to the pure knowledge model. A comparison between Pasinetti's approach and NGT; 8 The role of profit in the process of economic growth; 9 Concluding remarks; References; 3 Two approaches to the study of structural change and economic development: Kuznets and Pasinetti; 1 Introduction; 2 What is `structural changeĀ“?; Two brief digressions; 3 Why care?
  • 4 Structural change in models of growth and developmentModels of growth; Some early studies relevant for development; 5 Kuznets and Pasinetti; Kuznets and the study of Modern Economic Growth; Pasinetti on growth and change; The natural economy: normative analysis without institutions; Structural dynamics: too little substitutability and missing agents; On theory, endogenizing, and convergence; 6 Where to now?; References; 1 Introduction; 2 A graph-theoretic view of technological change; 3 Patent citations: measurement and interpretation
  • 4 Applying the idea of vertical integration: the knowledge flow network as an input-output system5 The empirical implementation and proposed indicators; Indicators; Backward multipliers; Forward multipliers; Net science multipliers; Self-reliance of sectors; Pervasiveness of knowledge suppliers and users; 6 Empirical results; 7 Concluding remarks; Appendix 4.1: Indicators used for graphing technological clusters; Appendix 4.2: Indicator scores of the sectors; References; 5 Growth: towards a structural endogenous macro-model; 1 Introduction; 2 'Realism' in theory as a cost-benefit tradeoff
  • 3 On structural growth analysis and endogeneity of models
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