Does investment cause growth? a test of an endogenous demand-driven theory of growth applied to India 1950-96

R.J. Sandilands, S. Neri (Editor)

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This chapter investigates whether investment cause growth presenting a test of an endogenous demand-driven theory of growth applied to India from 1950-96.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationOld and New Growth Theories
Subtitle of host publicationan Assessment
Pages244-265
Number of pages21
Publication statusPublished - Jan 2003

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Keywords

  • economic growth
  • endogenous growth
  • investment
  • savings
  • India
  • markets

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Sandilands, R. J., & Neri, S. (Ed.) (2003). Does investment cause growth? a test of an endogenous demand-driven theory of growth applied to India 1950-96. In Old and New Growth Theories: an Assessment (pp. 244-265)
Sandilands, R.J. ; Neri, S. (Editor). / Does investment cause growth? a test of an endogenous demand-driven theory of growth applied to India 1950-96. Old and New Growth Theories: an Assessment. 2003. pp. 244-265
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Old and New Growth Theories: an Assessment. 2003. p. 244-265.

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