National Accounting and Economic Growth

National Accounting and Economic Growth

Elgar Research Reviews in Economics

John M. Hartwick

This research review departs from Solow’s 1957 seminal paper on the measurement of technical change. It studies the idea behind the comprehensive development of total factor productivity and the index number innovations. It also analyses the measurement of productivity growth and the usefulness of GDP measurement as well as perennial problems in measurement of output of certain sectors and of certain processes in an economy

About this Research Review

John M. Hartwick

Subjects: economics and finance, development economics, international accounting, development studies, development economics

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National Accounting and Economic Growth

John M. Hartwick (ed.)

ISBN 978 1 78471 831 2

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