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Main currents in cumulative causation

the dynamics of growth and development

by Phillip Toner

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Published by MacMillan Press, St. Martin"s Press in Houndsmills, Basingstoke, Hampshire [England], New York, N.Y .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Economic development.,
  • Statics and dynamics (Social sciences),
  • Classical school of economics.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. 215-223) and index.

    StatementPhillip Toner.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHD75 .T66 1999
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxiv, 228 p. :
    Number of Pages228
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL380037M
    ISBN 100333746880, 0312220510
    LC Control Number98042211

    He has contributed to government inquiries on industry and vocational training, and consulted for the OECD, the World Bank, APEC, the Australian Research Council and the Department of Innovation, Science and Research. He is the author of Main Currents in Cumulative Causation: The Dynamics of Growth and : Damien Cahill.   Its kinda short. Sorry. This feature is not available right now. Please try again later.

    Toner P. (): Main Currents in Cumulative Causation: The Dynamics of Growth and Development, Macmillan. Verdoorn PJ. (): “Fattori che regolano lo sviluppo della produttività del lavoro”, L'industria, 1, pp. 3 Young A. A. (): “Increasing Returns and Economic Progress” The Economic Journal, 38, pp. URI. lished as Main Currents in Cumulative Causation: The Dynamics of Growth and Development (). His research areas include industrial structure analy-sis and policy; the economics of technical innovation, and comparative national skills formation systems. He has undertaken research for the OECD, IndustryFile Size: 1MB.

    cumulative causation: An element of the economic theories of Swedish Nobel Laureate economist Gunnar Myrdal that conveys the ripple effects of changes in an economy. Myrdal stated that any change, such as new businesses opening in an area, will cause a cascade of other changes, and that economic improvement in one area implies economic decline. Toner, P. Main Currents in Cumulative Causation: The Dynamics of Growth and Development. New York: St. Martin’s Press. Toye, J. Dilemmas of Development: Reflections on the Counter-revolution in Development Economics. Oxford: Blackwell. World Bank. The East Asian Miracle. New York: Oxford University Press. CHAPTER 4.


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Main currents in cumulative causation: the dynamics of growth and development. [Phillip Toner] -- This book is the first comprehensive study of the theory of circular and cumulative causation.

This theory is concerned with the general dynamics of growth and Main currents in cumulative causation book in advanced industrial. Get this from a library. Main currents in cumulative causation: the dynamics of growth and development. [Phillip Toner]. He is the author of Main Currents in Cumulative Causation- The Dynamics of Growth and Development.

Damien Cahill is Associate Professor of Political Economy at the University of Sydney. He has published widely on neoliberalism, including the books Author: Damien cahill. He has contributed to government inquiries on industry and vocational training, and consulted for the OECD, the World Bank, APEC, the Australian Research Council and the Department of Innovation, Science and Research.

He is the author of Main Currents in Cumulative Causation: The Dynamics of Growth and Development. Abstract. The aim of this paper is to give a rightful place to Myrdal’s theory of cumulative causation (CC theory) both in his own economics and in the history of economic thought.

Myrdal’s CC theory is pivotal to clarify the overall picture of his economics. Basing on his methodology of “explicit value premises”, he built by: Circular Cumulative Causation (CCC) à la Myrdal and Kapp — Political Institutionalism for Minimizing Social Costs.

This paper reconstructs the CCC from the writings of Myrdal and Kapp to explore the unique characteristics of this key concept of institutional economics. cumulative causation: The economic principle that multiple changes are set in motion by a single event. The causation might be "forward" if the effects are positive, as in the case of the location of a new business generating more jobs, more investment opportunities, and a greater tax base for a community.

The causation would be "backward" if. ] circular causation will give rise to a cumulative movement only when [] a change in one of the conditions will ultimately be followed by a feed-back of secondary impulses [] big enough not only to sustain the primary change, but to push it further.

Mere mutual causation is not enough to create this process. Circular cumulative causation. Circular cumulative causation is a theory developed by Swedish economist Gunnar Myrdal in the year It is a multi-causal approach where the core variables and their linkages are delineated.

The idea behind it is that a change in one form of an institution will lead to successive changes in other institutions. AbstractThis paper reconstructs the CCC from the writings of Myrdal and Kapp to explore the unique characteristics of this key concept of institutional economics.

Moreover, the paper demonstrates the CCC’s application to minimize social costs and its implications for Political Institutionalism. Incorporating new unpublished material from the Kapp Archive, namely the.

In An American Dilemma (), Myrdal used the concept of cumulative causation to explain race relations in the United States. In a vicious circle of social determination, the prejudice of the white populations and the low living standards of the black populations could reinforce each other in a downward spiral.

Circular and Cumulative Causation and the Social Fabric Matrix F. Gregory Hayden Abstract: T h i s s t u d y c o m b i n e s t h e p r o b l e m orientation of instrumentali sm.

1 ACADEMIC PUBLICATIONS Books Toner P. () Main Currents in Cumulative Causation: The Dynamics of Growth and Development, Macmillan Press Ltd, U.K. and St Martin’s Press New York Chapters in Books Toner P., Dalitz R. and Turpin T. () VET and the Diffusion and Implementation of. This article takes a world-system perspective on the phenomenon of actual or potential “failing states.” While recognizing the role of “domestic” causes (including corruption and cronyism), it emphasizes factors such as widening world income inequality, the location decisions of multinational corporations, North–South terms of trade, technology non-diffusion, and the Author: Robert Hunter Wade.

Toner, P. Gunnar Myrdal (–): Circular and cumulative causation as the methodology of the social sciences. In Main currents in cumulative causation, the dynamics of growth and development (Chap. Houndmills: Macmillan Press.

Google ScholarAuthor: Masudul Alam Choudhury. His PhD thesis was published as Main Currents in Cumulative Causation: The Dynamics of Growth and Development (). His research areas include industrial structure analysis and policy; the economics of technical innovation, and comparative national skills formation systems.

The thesis was published unchanged in as Main Currents in Cumulative Causation: The Dynamics of Growth and Development, Macmillan Press. This paper analyzes an alternative theoretical framework in qualifying concrete growth phenomenon in Latin American region, based on the Kaldorian idea of cumulative causation.

The latter is developed through two substantial mechanisms: a causal link between demand constraint and production growth, due to exportation dynamics, and a process of interaction .Main Currents in Cumulative Causation – Phillip Toner – Palgrave Macmillan – pm This book is the first comprehensive study of the theory of circular and cumulative causation.P Toner, Main Currents in Cumulative Causation: The Dynamics of Growth and Development, Macmillan, G Meir, Leading Issues in Economic Development, 8th ed, Oxford University Press, D Perkins, S Radelet, D Lindauer and H Block, Economics of Development, 7th ed, Norton & Co, See the library reading list for this module (Canterbury).