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Economic Growth: International Student Edition Why are some countries rich and others poor David N Weil, one of the top researchers in economic growth, introduces students to the latest theoretical tools, data, and insights underlying this pivotal question By showing how empirical data relate to new and old theoretical ideas, Economic Growth provides students with a complete introduction to the discipline and the latest research With its comprehensive and flexible organization, Economic Growth is ideal for a wide array of courses, including undergraduate and graduate courses in economic growth, economic development, macro theory, applied econometrics, and development studies

7 thoughts on “Economic Growth: International Student Edition

  1. European student European student says:

    Used this textbook for an undergraduate growth theory course Every chapter was concise, informative and pleasant to read Some of the mathematical derivations and formulas were hidden in footnotes, which I thought was quite unfortunate since they were very useful.

  2. hometrainer-tests.de Customer hometrainer-tests.de Customer says:

    great book tu understan economic grwth a bit deeper

  3. Tara REsgonia Tara REsgonia says:

    Book was easy to rent and easy to return

  4. Sergio Jiménez Ramírez Sergio Jiménez Ramírez says:

    No me agrad que es la tercera edici n con datos e informaci n estad stica de la segunda edici n Me siento decepcionado.

  5. Kindle Customer Kindle Customer says:

    Good overview of the subject matter.


    Always great books Especially for may daughter who enjoys every Economics book

  7. Austin Austin says:

    For what it is, this book is well written and very readable It does an excellent job of condensing economic growth theory into an understandable textbook However, it is missing a lot of nuance and no endogenous growth theory For a complete perspective on development and growth economics, I d recommend taking a look at a nuber of outside resources, such as Poor Economics.

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