Can economic growth be sustained? : the collected papers of Vernon W. Ruttan and Yūjirō Hayami (Book, 2011) []
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Can economic growth be sustained? : the collected papers of Vernon W. Ruttan and Yūjirō Hayami

Can economic growth be sustained? : the collected papers of Vernon W. Ruttan and Yūjirō Hayami

Publisher: New York : Oxford University Press, 2011.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English

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ISBN: 9780199754359 0199754357
OCLC Number: 773857185
Description: Seiten cm
Contents: INTRODUCTION ; Chapter 1: Keijiro Otsuka, "The Contributions of Ruttan and Hayami" ; Chapter 2: Vernon W. Ruttan and Yujiro Hayami, "Induced Innovation Theory and Agricultural Development: A Personal Account." In Bruce M. Koppel (ed.), Induced Innovation Theory and International Agricultural Development: A Reassessment 22-36, Baltimore, MD: Johns Hopkins University Press, 1995. ; PRODUCTIVITY GROWTH IN AGRICULTURE ; Chapter 3: Vernon W. Ruttan, "The Contribution of Technical Progress to Farm Output, 1950-1975," Review of Economics and Statistics 38 (February 1956): 61-69. ; Chapter 4: Yujiro Hayami and Vernon W. Ruttan, "Agricultural Productivity Differences Among Countries," American Economic Review 60 (December 1970): 895-911. ; TECHNICAL CHANGE AND AGRICULTURAL DEVELOPMENT IN ASIA ; Chapter 5: Yujiro Hayami and Vernon W. Ruttan, "Korean Rice, Taiwan Rice, and Japanese Agricultural Stagnation: An Economic Consequence of Colonization," Quarterly Journal of Economics 84 (November 1970): 562-589. ; Chapter 6: S. C. Hsieh and Vernon W. Ruttan, "Environmental, Technological, and Institutional Factors in the Growth of Rice Production: Philippines, Thailand and Taiwan," Food Research Institute Studies 7 (1967): 307-341. ; Chapter 7: Vernon W. Ruttan, "Controversy about Agricultural Technology: Lessons from the Green Revolution," International Journal of Biotechnology 6 (2004): 43-54. ; Chapter 8: Yujiro Hayami, "The Peasant in Economic Modernization," American Journal of Agricultural Economics 78 (December 1996): 36-53. ; Chapter 9: Yujiro Hayami, "Ecology, History and Development: A Perspective from Rural Southeast Asia," World Bank Research Observer 16 (Fall 2001): 169-198. ; INDUCED TECHNICAL AND INSTITUTIONAL CHANGE ; Chapter 10: Yujiro Hayami and Vernon W. Ruttan, "Factor Prices and Technical Change in Agricultural Development: The United States and Japan, 1880-1960" Journal of Political Economy 78 (September/October 1970): 1115-141. ; Chapter 11: Vernon W. Ruttan, "Social Science Knowledge and Institutional Change," American Journal of Agricultural Economics 66 (December 1984): 549-559. ; Chapter 12: Vernon W. Ruttan and Yujiro Hayami, "Toward a Theory of Induced Institutional innovation," Journal of Development Studies 20 (July 1984): 203-223. ; V. PERSPECTIVES ; Chapter 13: Vernon W. Ruttan, "The Transition to Agricultural Sustainability," Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 96 (May 1999): 5960-5967. ; Chapter 14: Vernon W. Ruttan, "The New Growth Theory and Development Economics," Journal of Development Studies 35 (December 1988): 1-26. ; Chapter 15: Yujiro Hayami, "An Emerging Agricultural Problem in High-Performing Asian Economies." Presidential Address to the 5th Conference of the Asian Society of Agricultural Economists, Zahedan, Iran, August 29-31, 2005. ; Chapter 16: Vernon W. Ruttan, "Induced Technical Change, Induced Institutional Change and Mechanism Design." Paper prepared for presentation at the 10th International Workshop on Institutional Economics, Institutions, Technology and Their Roles in Economic Growth, University of Hertfordshire, United Kingdom, June 17-18, 2008 (also published as Staff Paper Series, Department of Applied Economics, University of Minnesota)
Responsibility: edited by Keijiro Otsuka and C. Ford Runge.


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Yujiro Hayami and Vernon Ruttan were two of the pioneering figures in development economics. This collection of papers traces their work across half a century of engagement with the problems and Read more...

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