Sources of growth methodology in low-income countries: A critique
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Publication InfoKelley, Allen C; & Williamson, JG (1973). Sources of growth methodology in low-income countries: A critique. Quarterly Journal of Economics, 87(1). pp. 138-147. 10.2307/1885230. Retrieved from https://hdl.handle.net/10161/2114.
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James B. Duke Professor Emeritus of Economics
Professor Kelley specializes in the study of economic demography, history, and development. He is most interested in research involving demographic change in the Third World and the consequences of such shifts. He has specifically explored the “impacts of rapid population growth on economic growth, structural change, and urbanization.” These studies resulted in his publication of several books, some utilizing computable general research models to analyze his observations; the project also led
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