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Classic economic dynamics: a neo-ricardian approach to economic growth and income distribution by means of Mathematica

Josť V. Paz
Juan D. Montoro
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Mathematics with Vision: Proceedings of the First International Mathematica Symposium
Year: 1995
Page range: 299-308

Since the marginalist revolution the economic analysis has been focused on exchange mechanisms and all the dynamics underlying classical theories was forgotten. Harrod1,2 recovers economic growth for the research agenda; since then a fertile debate has arisen and the two major streams, the neo-classical (being the most outstanding exponent Solow3) and the Cambridge scholars (with Kaldor4 among others), have produced a wide and fruitful literature. More recently, the interest of the researchers in endogenous technical growth models shows that economic growth and its impact on distribution is still an important topic for study.

*Business and Economics