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Browsing Duke Scholarly Works by Duke-affiliated Author "Kuran, Timur"

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  • Kuran, Timur (Journal of Economic Literature, 1986)
    This festschrift, featuring 26 papers by 36 authors, is a fitting tribute to Hollis Chenery who, for over three decades, has been one of the luminaries of development economics. Most of the issues he brought into focus, ...
  • Kuran, Timur (Journal of Economic Literature, 1987)
    He makes us first of all realize that being black in the world of economists does make a difference. And then he tells a story in which fortune has the better part with him as the unwilling participant who nevertheless ...
  • Kuran, Timur (Journal of Economic Literature, 1993)
    The collapse of socialism and its centrally-planned economies in the former Soviet Union and Eastern Europe has raised a host of critical questions for all concerned with the ideological future of mankind. Does this ...
  • Kuran, Timur (Journal of Economic Literature, 1988)
    Most doubtful, though, is Gruchy's unbridled faith in planning. The unpredictable dynamics Gruchy finds in economic systems argue strongly against centralized planning, as neo- Austrians suggest. At the practical level ...