Favorites of Fortune: Technology, Growth, and Economic Development Since the Industrial Revolution

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Patrice L. R. Higonnet, David S. Landes, Henry Rosovsky, Coolidge Professor of History and Professor of Economics Emeritus David S Landes
Harvard University Press, 1991 - Počet stran: 558

A galaxy of distinguished international economists and historians pit economic history against the shaky assumptions of the classical economic theory of natural growth. Their explanations consider the factors of technology, entrepreneurialism, and paths to economic growth, but each reflects an ideological wave of explanation that has marked the last two hundred years.

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Paul A David The Hero and the Herd in Technological
Rudolf Braun The Docile Body as an EconomicIndustrial
Paul Bairoch The City and Technological Innovation
Joel Mokyr Dear Labor Cheap Labor and the Industrial
Robert C Allen Entrepreneurship Total Factor Productivity
François Crouzet The Huguenots and the English Financial
Jonathan Hughes Public Sector Entrepreneurship
Peter Temin Entrepreneurs and Managers
Jeffrey G Williamson Did Englands Cities Grow Too Fast
Anne 0 Krueger Benefits and Costs of Late Development
Irma Adelman Prometheus Unbound and Developing
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William Lazonick What Happened to the Theory

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Patrice Higonnet is Robert Walton Goelet Professor of French History, Harvard University.

David S. Landes was born in Brooklyn, New York on April 29, 1924. He graduated from the City College of New York in 1942. He received a master's degree in history in 1943 and a Ph.D. in history in 1953 from Harvard University. During World War II, he was drafted into the Army and was assigned to the Signal Corps because he had been taking mail-order courses in cryptanalysis. He worked on deciphering Japanese messages about the atomic bombs dropped on Japan. He later worked on a history of German preparations for the invasion of Normandy. His dissertation, Bankers and Pashas: International Finance and Economic Imperialism in Egypt, became his first book. His other works included Revolution in Time: Clocks and the Making of the Modern World, The Wealth and Poverty of Nations: Why Some Are So Rich and Some So Poor, and Dynasties: Fortunes and Misfortunes of the World's Great Family Businesses. He taught at numerous universities during his lifetime including Columbia University, the University of California at Berkeley, and Harvard University, where he retired in 1996. He died on August 17, 2013 at the age of 89.

Henry Rosovsky is Lewis P. and Linda L. Geyser University Professor at Harvard University.

David Landes is Emeritus Professor of Economics and History at Harvard University and the author of The Wealth and Poverty of Nations (1998).

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