Dynamic Models for the Inter-Relations of Real and Financial Growth

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The high growth rate in many industrial countries during the first two decades after World War II produced a financial expansion, which in its turn made possible an extension of the growth process. But it also led to a financial crisis, when increasing costs during the 1970s created growing deficits in the balance of payments and the government budgets in many countries.

Dynamic Models for the Inter-Relations of Real and Financial Growth 1991, Springer, London, England

ISBN-13: 9780412353505

1991 edition

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