multi-sectoral study of economic growth.

by Leif Johansen

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SeriesContributions to economic analysis -- No.21
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evaluation is attempted of A Multi-Sectoral Studly of Economtgic Growth by Professor Leif Johansen. The research reported in this book had its beginnings at the Inistitute of Economics, Oslo, inand was com-pleted at the Departmnenlt of Applied Economics, Cambridge Univer-sity, in The study benefited, according to the author, from.

A Multi-Sectoral Study of Economic Growth was an empirical model, rec ognized as having been the first computable general equilibrium (cge) model.1 The aim of the paper is to trace the roots of the Johansen's pioneering contribution and the path he followed towards its comple tion in The paper traces the roots of Leif Johansen's monograph A Multi-Sectoral Study of Economic Growth, recognized as the first computable general equilibrium (CGE) : Olav Bjerkholt.

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A standard Computable General Equilibrium (CGE) in GAMS, Microcomputers in Policy Research, vol.5, International Food Policy Research Institute. of His doctoral dissertation, published as A Multi-Sectoral Study of Economic Growth was an empirical model, recognized as having been the first computable general equilibrium (CGE) model.1 The aim of the paper is to trace the roots of the Johansen’s pioneering contribution and the path he followed towards its completion in Downloadable.

This study evaluates the causal links between financial inclusion and economic output, as well asbetween financial inclusion and the five sectors of the Nigerian economy using cointegration andGranger causality test.

The results suggest that there is bi-directional causality between financialinclusion and the aggregate economy. In most cases, there is bi-directional Cited by: 2. Moreover, it presents a novelty whereby aggregate economic growth is explained on the basis of an extension to the multi-sectoral model.

In contrast to the standard aggregate Kaleckian model, this multi-sectoral Kaleckian model emphasizes the role of economic structure to determine the economic growth regime and economic growth rate.

In this paper. Johansen took up that in his book on the multi-sectoral growth model Leif Johansen not only cited the seven first Nobel Prize winners, but also cited six more winners within a 20 year span after his book was published (Bjerkholt ).

The book on public economics is a textbookthatoffers insights about policy issues at a research level. His main contributions to this subject are A Multi-Sectoral Study of Economic Growth () and the two volumes of Lectures on Macroeconomic Planning ( and ).

A good way to get the feel of his approach is a fifty-page article "Explorations in long-term projections for the Norwegian economy" written in collaboration with Hâvard Author: Robert M. Solow. Topic covered: Bilateral, regional and global groupings and agreements involving India and/or affecting India’s interests.

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A Multi-sectoral Approach to the Harrod Foreign Trade to that view the Harrod foreign trade multiplier is an alternative to the Keynesian establishing the pace of economic growth due to its positive effects on overall labour productivity growth.

Such effects are related to the existence of significant forward and. Part of the C.I.M.E. Summer Schools book series (CIME, volume 38) Abstract We assume that the economy we are going to be concerned with consists of many firms that are classified into two industries: the consum-tion-good industry and the capital-good by: 1.

The Bay of Bengal Initiative for Multi-Sectoral Technical and Economic Cooperation (BIMSTEC) is an international organisation of seven nations of South Asia and Southeast Asia, housing billion people and having a combined gross domestic product of $ trillion (). The BIMSTEC member states – Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, Myanmar, Nepal, Sri Lanka, and Membership: Bangladesh, Bhutan, India.

This result is a multi-sectoral version of the Harrod foreign trade multiplier whereby the output of each sector is related to the export performance of that sector.

One of the main differences between this multi-sectoral multiplier for an open economy and the one derived by Trigg/Lee is that the latter is a scalar, and the former is a : Andrew B.

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() ‘Desigualdade e Crescimento: Um Modelo de Programaçáo com Aplicaçáo ao Brasil’, Pesquisa e Planejamento Econômico, vol 2, no. 2, : Rogério L. Werneck. The Bay of Bengal Initiative for Multi-Sectoral Technical and Economic Cooperation (BIMSTEC) regional integration process has made substantial progress in recent years.

The Bay of Bengal could become the key economic connection between East and South Asia and a potential zone for Asian economic growth. Production, Multi-Sectoral Growth and Planning Essays in Memory of Leif Johansen Finn R. FØRSUND, Michael HOEL and Svein LONGVA (Eds.) Professor Leif Johansen's contributions to economic science are well documented in his articles and essays for economic journals, symposium volumes and Festschrifts, all of which are to be published by North.

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celebrate the fiftieth anniversary of the publication of his “A Multi-Sectoral Study of Economic Growth” (North Holland ) The Norwegian Academy of Science and Letters Oslo, MayAbstract Fifty years ago the Norwegian economist, Leif Johansen, gave us what is now recognised as the first CGE model.

A multi-sectoral decomposition analysis of city-level greenhouse gas emissions: Case study of Tianjin, China Economic growth was the most important factor for the emissions increase. we analyzed the GHG emissions in Tianjin over the period – using a multi-sectoral LMDI method.

Five economic sectors were distinguished Cited by: Improving prospects for productive employment will be essential for socially sustainable growth and poverty reduction. The "Cote d'Ivoire Jobs Diagnostic: Employment, Productivity, and Inclusion for Poverty Reduction" report provides a comprehensive and multi-sectoral empirical analysis of employment challenges and opportunities to inform.but rather to both.

One is not a simple function of the other; instead, economic growth and human development are related in a complex manner. UNDP analysis showed that countries such as Egypt, Mexico, and Brazil had achieved high levels of growth, but because very little was done to promote human development, this growth was not sustained.