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- Benchmark priors revisited : on adaptive shrinkage and the supermodel effect in Bayesian Model averaging
- Demographic change and economic growth : simulations on growth models
- Development, policy and planning: an introduction to models and techniques
- Does "trickle down" work? : economic development strategies and job chains in local labor markets
- Dualistic economic development: theory and history
- Dynamic economics : optimization by the Lagrange method
- Economic growth
- Economic growth
- Economic growth : theory and numerical solution methods
- Economic growth : theory and numerical solution methods
- Economic growth and development: a mathematical introduction
- Economic growth and transition : econometric analysis of Lim's S-curve hypothesis
- Economic growth, development, and foreign trade: a study in pure theory
- Efficiency and equity in welfare economics
- GHG emissions and economic growth : a computable general equilibrium model based analysis for India
- General equilibrium models for development policy
- Handbook of economic growth
- Income, wealth, and the maximum principle
- Increasing returns and path dependence in the economy
- John von Neumann and modern economics
- Macro models for developing countries
- Methods of dynamic economics
- Migration and urban unemployment in dualistic economic development
- Money and capacity growth
- Multisector growth models : theory and application
- New tools of economic dynamics
- New tools of economic dynamics
- Optimal growth economics : an investigation of the contemporary issues and the prospect for sustainable growth
- Population ageing and economic growth : education policy and family policy in a model of endogenous growth
- Practical methods of regional science and empirical applications: selected papers of Walter Isard
- Quantitative economic policies and interactive planning: a reconstruction of the theory of economic policy
- Quantitative economic policy : essays in honour of Andrew Hughes Hallett
- Rapid growth and relative decline : modelling macroeconomic dynamics with hysteresis
- Secular cycles
- Strategy for survival: an exploration of the limits to further population and industrial growth
- Surveys in economic growth : theory and empirics
- The life cycle of economic development
- The path of economic growth
- Theory and economic growth
- Theory of economic growth
- Thinking about the future : a critique of The Limits to growth
- Wage differentials and economic growth
- World modeling: the Mesarovic-Pestel world model in the context of its contemporaries

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