Index
Note: the terms 'growth' and 'government' are largely omitted from entries as references to them would be ubiquitous
Abramovitz, M.66, 75, 98, 122, 127
Acharya, S. 13n.
Ades, A.27
Adler-Karlsson, G.249
Africa126
bureaucracy 224-5
corruption 239
coups d'état20-1
unions 160
see also politics of growth
Agell, Jonas:
late industrialization 9, 240-6
aggregation:
empirical tests of catching up effect 75-82, 136
see also endogenous growth
Aghion, P.26, 72 n.
Agostino, H. D' 168, 172, 177
agriculture 84 n., 230, 231
Alam, M. S.95
Alesina, A.107, 119-20, 154, 228 n.
politics of growth 2, 3, 6, 7, 13-49; comments on 50-6
Algeria126
Alt, J. 13 n.
Alvarez, M.151, 156, 158, 191
Ames, B.22
Amsden, A. H.223, 224, 229, 230
Andersson, J. O.231, 232
Argentina77, 126, 130 see also politics of growth
Ark, B. van132
Arrow-Debreu model 241
Asia:
catching up 65, 76, 77, 83, 112, 126, 127, 129-30
unions 160, 165-7, 188, 189, 192
see also late industrialization; politics of growth
Augmented-Solow framework 130
Australia:
catching up 76, 83, 112, 126, 129-30
unions 168-74, 178-80, 188, 194
see also politics of growth
Austria:
catching up 76, 112, 126, 128, 130, 133
unions 159, 193, 195; bargaining 165-7, 194; density and corporatism 168-74; recent growth 178-80
see also late industrialization; politics of growth
Bairam, E.110
Bak, Jong-Goo49
Banerjee, A.26
Bangladesh126
banking system 154, 229, 233-4, 237
Banks, A. 15 n.
bargaining 242
see also centralization
Barro, R. J.3
catching up and social capability 73, 81 n., 98 n.-9, 101 n., 106-8, 113 n.-14, 116, 119, 122, 127, 130
politics of growth 15, 16, 19 n., 23, 24
unions 153-4, 161n.
Bartelsman, E. J.244
Barth, J. R.110
Baumol, W. J.75, 81 n., 95, 98 n.
Becker, G. S.100
Belgium:
catching up 76, 83, 112, 126, 128, 130, 133
unions 168-74, 178-80, 194
Benabou, R. 26 n., 27
Benhabib, J.16, 27, 119
Benin126
see also politics of growth
Berend, I. T. 206 n.
Bergström, Villy:
government and growth 1-9
late industrialization 9, 247-50

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