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[澳]杨小凯 张定胜 张永生   社会科学文献出版社  2020-06 出版
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新兴古典发展经济学是杨小凯教授开创的新兴古典经济学体系的核心内容之一。杨小凯教授的主要学术贡献,是运用现代超边际分析,复活古典的分工与专业化思想。本书分为发展经济学的微观机制,企业制度、内生交易费用和经济发展,城市化和工业化,经济发展的动态机制,发展的宏观经济学五部分,系统阐述了新兴古典发展经济学。
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