Kenneth Arrow: A Beautiful Mind
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Escaping the middle-income trap
In arcane economic terms, it is measured by something called the Solow residual—named after the Nobel Prize winning growth economist Robert Solow. In simple English, it is that which allows blood to be squeezed out of (the labour and capital) stone.
Economic thought made simple | Business Standard News
Read more about Economic thought made simple on Business Standard. Each chapter in the book is dedicated to an economist.
Who Will Untap The Next Big Thing in Machine Learning? Hint: It's Not Our Data Scientists
Robert Solow, quipped in 1987, “You can see the computer age everywhere but in productivity statistics.” Since then, much has been written about the Productivity Paradox in Information Technology, yet it is too broad a field to conclusively say if the ...