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  1. 28 de mai. de 2024 · Robert Solow, who was a member of the editorial board of the Review of Keynesian Economics (ROKE), died in December 2023. Solow holds a special place in the history of macroeconomics, and he was a strong supporter of the ROKE project.

  2. 1 de jun. de 2024 · Robert Solow, who was a member of the editorial board of the Review of Keynesian Economics (ROKE), died in December 2023. Solow holds a special place in the history of macroeconomics, and he was a strong supporter of the ROKE project.

  3. 27 de mai. de 2024 · “One can imagine continued growth that is directed against pollution, against congestion, against sliced white bread,” Robert Solow, a Nobel Prize-winning economist at M.I.T., declared in a...

  4. 1 de jun. de 2024 · In his landmark growth accounting paper, Robert Solow concluded that the exogenous TFP term A in Equation (1)—a “Solow residual”—accounts for over 85% of US growth (1909–1949). Since Solow’s original results, residual TFP has been pointed out as the major driver of growth in industrialized economies [ 6 ].

  5. Há 3 dias · It's long been an accusation of the digital economy that it hasn't tended to translate into the kind of productivity improvements that feed their way into GDP growth. Indeed, economist Robert Solow famously said in 1987 that the computer age was everywhere except for productivity statistics.

  6. 28 de mai. de 2024 · Robert Solow is one of Mellos ancestors. Solow won the economics prize in 1987 for his work on economic growth. Four of Solow’s students later won the economics prize – and one, Robert Horvitz, won in medicine. This is the only instance of a Nobel economist training a Nobel in another discipline.

  7. Há 23 horas · The Industrial Revolution is as much a story of innovation, entrepreneurship and management as it is of physics and science. Nobel laureate economist Robert Solow found that improved management practices and products were the major source of US growth in the early 20th century.