Essays in Honor of Lance Taylor
Edited by Amitava Krishna Dutt
Lance Taylor: list of publications
1968 1. ‘Development Patterns: Among Countries and Over Time’ (with Hollis B. Chenery), Review of Economics and Statistics, November, 50: 391–416. 1969 2. ‘Development Patterns: A Simulation Study’, Quarterly Journal of Economics, May, 83: 220–41. 3. ‘Intertemporal and Intercountry Patterns of Industrial Growth’ (with Hollis B. Chenery), in Sectoral Aspects of Projections of the World Economy: First Interregional Seminar on Long-term Economic Projections, Elsinore, Denmark, 14–27 August, 1966. Vol. II, Discussion Papers, New York: United Nations. 4. ‘A Dynamic Nonlinear Planning Model for Korea’ (with David Kendrick), in Irma Adelman (ed.), Practical Approaches to Development Planning: Korea’s Second Five-Year Plan, Baltimore: Johns Hopkins Press. 1970 5. ‘The Existence of Optimal Distributed Lags’, Review of Economic Studies, January, 37: 95–106. 6. ‘Numerical Solution of Non-Linear Planning Models’ (with David Kendrick), Econometrica, May, 38: 453–67. 7. Notes and Problems in Microeconomic Theory (with Samuel Bowles, David Kendrick, and Mark Roberts), Chicago: Markham Publishing Co. 425 426 Lance Taylor : list of publications 1971 8. ‘On Investment Timing in Two-Gap Models’, in Hollis Chenery (ed.), Studies in Development Planning, Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press. 9. ‘Numerical Methods and Nonlinear Optimizing Models for Economic Planning’ (with David Kendrick), in Hollis Chenery (ed.), Studies in Development Planning, Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press. 10. ‘Foreign Exchange Shadow Prices: A Critical Evaluation of Current Theories’ (with Edmar Bacha), Quarterly Journal of Economics, May, 85: 197–224. Reprinted in A. Harberger et al. (eds), Beneﬁt Cost Analysis: 1971, Chicago: Aldine-Atherton, 1972, in R.S....
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