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Journal | Publication

Economic Growth | Paul Romer, The Concise Encyclopedia of Economics.

"Economic growth" | Encyclopædia Britannic

Who's afraid of economic growth? | Daniel Ben-Ami, Spiked; 2006.

The Economist Has No Clothes | Robert Nadeau,  Scientific American; 2008-Mar - discusses  the basic assumptions behind conventional economic theory.

Understanding growth | International Monetary Fund; Finance and Development, 2006-Mar. -  special issue of magazine features articles on different perspectives of economic growth.


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