Trends in the production of economic knowledge

Lovell, Michael C.
July 1973
Monthly Labor Review;Jul73, Vol. 96 Issue 7, p56
Academic Journal
Examines the trends in the production of economic knowledge. Determinants of the pace of scholarly activity in economics; Production function for economic knowledge; Depreciation of economic knowledge; Growth of scientific literature; Implications for economic research and development.


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