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Paul Romer
University Professor, New York University
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Endogenous technological change
PM Romer
Journal of political Economy 98 (5, Part 2), S71-S102, 1990
410841990
Increasing returns and long-run growth
PM Romer
Journal of political economy 94 (5), 1002-1037, 1986
376931986
Advanced macroeconomics
D Romer
McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc., 2012
101482012
The origins of endogenous growth
PM Romer
Journal of Economic perspectives 8 (1), 3-22, 1994
73771994
Economic integration and endogenous growth
LA Rivera-Batiz, PM Romer
The Quarterly Journal of Economics 106 (2), 531-555, 1991
34501991
Growth based on increasing returns due to specialization
PM Romer
The American Economic Review 77 (2), 56-62, 1987
31001987
Human capital and growth: Theory and evidence
PM Romer
National Bureau of Economic Research, 1989
29941989
Idea gaps and object gaps in economic development
P Romer
Journal of monetary economics 32 (3), 543-573, 1993
22261993
The growth of nations
NG Mankiw, ES Phelps, PM Romer
Brookings papers on economic activity 1995 (1), 275-326, 1995
17571995
New goods, old theory, and the welfare costs of trade restrictions
P Romer
Journal of development Economics 43 (1), 5-38, 1994
13411994
Two strategies for economic development: using ideas and producing ideas
PM Romer
The strategic management of intellectual capital, 211-238, 2009
12602009
International trade with endogenous technological change
LA Rivera-Batiz, PM Romer
European economic review 35 (4), 971-1001, 1991
12301991
Capital accumulation in the theory of long run growth
PM Romer
RCER Working Papers, 1988
12091988
Looting: The economic underworld of bankruptcy for profit
GA Akerlof, PM Romer, RE Hall, NG Mankiw
Brookings papers on economic activity 1993 (2), 1-73, 1993
11661993
The new Kaldor facts: ideas, institutions, population, and human capital
CI Jones, PM Romer
American Economic Journal: Macroeconomics 2 (1), 224-245, 2010
9642010
Crazy explanations for the productivity slowdown
PM Romer
NBER macroeconomics annual 2, 163-202, 1987
8871987
Are nonconvexities important for understanding growth?
PM Romer
National Bureau of Economic Research, 1990
6321990
The trouble with macroeconomics
P Romer
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6202016
Capital, labor, and productivity
PM Romer
Brookings papers on economic activity. Microeconomics 1990, 337-367, 1990
5741990
Science, economic growth, and public policy
RR Nelson, PM Romer
Challenge 39 (1), 9-21, 1996
5321996
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