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This paper seeks to theoretically analyse the change in growth patterns in post-reform India.

In this paper, we introduce a twofold role for the public sector in the Goodwin (1967) model of the growth cycle.

In this paper we examine the class of models defined by a joint distribution of discrete individual actions and an outcome variable so that the joint distribution is underdetermined.

Income in retirement has become increasingly based on individual financial assets rather than from Social Security.

Currently, there is an ideological commitment to individual asset building and an emphasis on individual wealth for retirement and superannuation.

Older women face worse age discrimination than men in the labor market.

This paper argues that the combined effect of regularities in prices of production and the concentration of compositions of capitals produces the empirical regularities in relative prices.

This paper offers an adaptation of the square social accounting matrix used in economic planning to the rectangular vertical transaction matrix used in post-Keynesian monetary economics.