Annual Reports

Breaking Down the Barriers to Technological Progress: Bibliography

Published January 1, 1997

Baily, Martin. 1993. Competition, regulation, and efficiency in service industries. Brookings Papers on Economic Activity, Microeconomics, pp. 71-130.

Baily, Martin, and Gersbach, Hans. 1995. Efficiency in manufacturing and the need for global competition. Brookings Papers on Economic Activity, Microeconomics, pp. 307-47.

Boskin, Michael, J. Chairman, Advisory Commission to Study the Consumer Price Index. 1996. Toward a more accurate measure of the cost of living. Final report to the Senate Finance Committee.

Chari, V.V.; Kehoe, Patrick; and McGrattan, Ellen. 1996. The poverty of nations: A quantitative exploration. Staff Report 204. Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis.

David, Paul. 1990. The dynamo and the computer: An historical perspective on the modern productivity paradox. American Economic Review 80 (May): 355-61.

Denison, Edward. 1967. Why growth rates differ: Post war experiences in nine western countries. Washington, D.C.: The Brookings Institution.

Griliches, Zvi. 1957. Hybrid corn: An exploration in the economics of technological change. Econometrics 25 (October): 501-22.

Hall, Robert, and Jones, Charles. 1996. The productivity of nations. Working Paper 5812. National Bureau of Economic Research.

Holmes, Thomas J., and Schmitz, James A. Jr. 1995. Resistance to new technology and trade between areas. Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis Quarterly Review 19 (Winter): 2-17.

King, Robert G., and Levine, Ross. 1994. Capital fundamentalism, economic development, and economic growth. Carnegie-Rochester Conference Series on Public Policy 40 (June): 259-92.

Klenow, Peter, and Rodriguez-Clare, Andres. 1996. The neoclassical revival in growth economics: Has it gone too far? Discussion Paper. Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis.

Kuznets, Simon. 1966. Modern economic growth: Rate, structure and spread. New Haven: Yale University Press.

Mankiw, N. Gregory. 1995. The growth of nations. Brookings Papers on Economic Activity, pp. 275-310.

Mankiw, N. Gregory; Romer, David; and Weil, David. 1992. A contribution to the empirics of economic growth. Quarterly Journal of Economics 107 (2): 407-37.

Miller, Preston J. 1993. The high cost of being fair. Annual Report. Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis.

Mokyr, Joel. 1990. The lever of riches: Technological creativity and economic progress. New York: Oxford University Press.

Olley, G. Steven, and Pakes, Ariel. 1996. The dynamics of productivity in the telecommunications equipment industry. Econometrica 64 (6): 1263-98.

Olson, Mancur. 1982. The rise and decline of nations: Economic growth, stagflation and social rigidities. New Haven: Yale University Press.

Oster, Sharon, and Quigley, John. 1977. Regulatory barriers to the diffusion of innovation: Some evidence from building codes. Bell Journal of Economics 8 (Autumn): 361-77.

Parente, Stephen L., and Prescott, Edward C. 1994. Barriers to technology adoption and development. Journal of Political Economy (April): 298-321.

-------. 1996. Monopoly rights: A barrier to riches. Working Paper. Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis.

Prescott, Edward. C. 1996. Notes on barriers to riches. Working Paper. Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis.

Schmitz, James A. Jr. 1997. Government production of investment goods and aggregate labor-productivity. Working Paper. Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis.

Slifman, L., and Corrado, C. 1996. Decomposition of productivity and unit costs. Occasional Staff Study. Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System.

Solow, Robert. 1957. Technical change and the aggregate production function. Review of Economics and Statistics 39 (August): 312-20.

Winston, Clifford. 1993. Economic deregulation: Days of reckoning for microeconomists. Journal of Economic Literature 31 (September): 1263-89.

 

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