1966 Causes of the Slow Rate of Economic Growth of the United Kingdom: An Inaugural Lecture
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First Edition, Very Scarce
A very scarce work in the publisher's original paper wraps. Nicholas Kaldor (1908-1986) was a post-war economist and professor of economics at the University of Cambridge. He argued for certain regularities observable in economic growth, which are called Kaldor's Growth Laws. In this work, he studies the possible causes of the slow rate of economic growth in the UK during the 1950s and 1960s.
In the publisher's original paper wraps. Externally, in immaculate condition. Internally, firmly bound. Pages are very bright and clean.
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