Bibliography: Economic Growth

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Mokyr, J. (2016). A Culture of Growth: The Origins of the Modern Economy. Princeton: Princeton University Press.
Saller, R. (2012). ‘Human Capital and economic growth’, in W. Scheidel (ed.), The Cambridge Companion to the Roman Economy. n/a Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 71–86.
Bowman, A. and A. Wilson (2009). Quantifying the Roman Economy. Methods and Problems. Oxford Studies on the Roman Economy. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
Bowman, A. and A. Wilson (2009). ‘Introduction. Quantifying the Roman economy: integration, growth, decline?’, in A. Bowman and A. Wilson (eds), Quantifying the Roman Economy. Methods and Problems. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 3–84.
Scheidel, W. (2009). ‘In search of Roman economic growth’. JRA 22: 46–70.
Wilson, A. (2009). ‘Indicators for Roman economic growth: a response to Walter Scheidel’. JRA 22: 71–82.
Galor, O. (2005). ‘From Stagnation to Growth: Unified Growth Theory’, in P. Aghion and S.N. Durlauf (eds), Handbook of Economic Growth. Amsterdam: Elsevier, 171–285.
Morris, I. (2004). ‘Economic Growth in Ancient Greece’. JITE 160.2: 709–742.
Hitchner, B. (2002). ‘Olive Production and the Roman Economy: The Case for Intensive Growth in the Roman Empire?’, in W. Scheidel and S. Von Reden (eds), The Ancient Economy. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 71–83.