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The Determinents of Industrial Research and Development: A study of the chemical, drug, and petrolium industries
(Journal of Political Economy, 1968)
Dante's Inferno: The Simoniacs
Lifetime Allocation of Work and Leisure.
Concentrating on the trend toward early retirement in the United States and the factors responsible for it, this study draws comparisons between the work and leisure pattern in the United States, with its growing tendency ...
A Palm for Pamela: Three Studies in the Game of Love
Strandberg discusses the Pamela archetype in Shakespeare's Juliet, Kālidāsa's Shakuntala, and Hemingway's Catherine Barkley.
"Demographic Cycles and Economic Growth: The Long Swing Reconsidered"
(Journal of Economic History, 1969-12)
The Determinants of Industrial Research and Development: A Study of the Chemical, Drug, and Petroleum Industries
Economists have recently grown interested in doing research on research or R & D, as it is called in industrial circles. Several studies have tested Schumpeter's hoary hypothesis that large firms are responsible for most ...