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VII. BIBLIOGRAPHY

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Paul Krugman, “The Fall and Rise of Development Economics,” Chapter 1 in Development, Geography and Economic Theory, MIT Press, 1995.

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Download the following articles from Internet (in PDF)

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    “Sergio Reb elo, The Role of Knowledge and Capital in Economic Growth”

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    “Economic Commission for Latin America, ECLAC and the New Growth Theories”

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    Theo C.M.J. van de Klundert, Growth Theory in Historical Perspective”

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    Mark P. Taylor and Lucio Sarno, Capital Flows to Developing Countries: Long and Short-Term Determinants”

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