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- Nicolas Kaldor, increasing returns and Verdoorn's Law
Working Papers, University of Strathclyde Business School, Department of Economics
- South Asian Integration Prospects and Lessons from East Asia
Trade Working Papers, East Asian Bureau of Economic Research View citations (5)
See also Chapter (2010)
- Nicholas Kaldor on Adam Smith and Allyn Young
Review of Political Economy, 2019, 31, (3), 445-463 View citations (1)
- Reply to Roy H. Grieve on Increasing Returns
Review of Political Economy, 2010, 22, (1), 141-150
- THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN THE BLACK MARKET AND OFFICIAL EXCHANGE RATES: AN EXAMINATION OF LONG‐RUN DYNAMICS IN INDIA
Scottish Journal of Political Economy, 2007, 54, (2), 283-294 View citations (2)
- Currie's 'leading sector' strategy of growth: an appraisal
Journal of Development Studies, 2006, 42, (3), 490-508 View citations (6)
- The role of pecuniary external economies and economies of scale in the theory of increasing returns
Review of Political Economy, 2006, 18, (2), 193-208 View citations (6)
- Does modern endogenous growth theory adequately represent Allyn Young?
Cambridge Journal of Economics, 2005, 29, (3), 463-473 View citations (10)
- Testing export-led growth in Bangladesh in a multivarate VAR framework
Journal of Asian Economics, 2005, 15, (6), 1155-1168 View citations (21)
- Adam Smith, Allyn Young, and the Division of Labor
Journal of Economic Issues, 2004, 38, (3), 787-805 View citations (6)
- An index of openness and its relationship with growth in India
Journal of Developing Areas, 2004, 38, (1), 37-54 View citations (1)
- Government Size and Economic Growth:An Investigation of Causality in India
Indian Economic Review, 2004, 39, (2), 295-314 View citations (3)
- Testing Export‐Led Growth in India, Pakistan and Sri Lanka Using a Multivariate Framework
Manchester School, 2004, 72, (4), 483-496 View citations (31)
- Reinvestigating export-led growth in India using a multivariate cointegration framework
Journal of Developing Areas, 2003, 37, (1), 73-86 View citations (17)
- South Asian Integration: Prospects and Lessons from East Asia
Chapter 12 in Asian Regionalism in the World Economy, 2010
See also Working Paper (2008)
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