Catching up, Forging ahead, and Falling behind: A Panel Structure Analysis of Convergence Clubs. ∗. Yixiao Sun. Department of Economics. Yale University. Catching Up, Forging Ahead, and Falling Behind – Volume 46 Issue 2 – Moses Abramovitz. Catching Up, Forging Ahead, and Falling Behind in Southeast Asia: The In then-Stanford professor Moses Abramovitz argued in a seminal article that all.
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Abramovitz, called Moe by family and friends, was known for his modest personality and was described as one of the least ego-driven scholars in economics. The growth rate of a developing country will be higher than the growth rate of a developed country because the diminishing return of developing countries is much lower.
Burns Theodore W. During his time at the National Bureau of Economics Research, Abramovitz researched the role inventories play in business cycles. Ellis Frank Knight Hadley Richard T. Harvard University and Columbia University.
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If a country is trying to be industrialized, it can only be better off; it will grow much faster than countries that are already industrialized. Seager Carl C. National Bureau of Economic Research, Inc. The Journal of Economic History.
The fluctuation may be good, as with a boom and economic expansion, or bad, as with a recession or depression. Stigler Joseph J. Willcox Thomas N.
Arthur Lewis Charles L. Innis Calvin B. Baumol Gardner Ackley W. Kemmerer Thomas S. Abramovitz started his career as a lecturer at Harvard in the mids. Hollander Henry R. Detailed studies reveal that this lag reflects large differences in the ability of merchants in different trades to keep the rate at which they receive goods in line with the rate at which they can dispose of them.
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Forving then served as the organization chair from to and from to A business cycle is a fluctuation in economic activity over a period of time.
Williams Harold A. Presidents of the American Economic Association. Gardner Herbert J.
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Carver John R. The New York Times. Hoover Simon Kuznets John D. Ripley Harry A. Arrow Walter W. Seligman Frank W. Johnson Oliver M. Gray Walter F. Koopmans Robert M. Wolfe Joseph S.