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Solow, Robert M.
Robert M. Solow JN this day of rationally designed econometric studies and super-input-output tables, it takes something more than the usual "willing suspension of disbelief" to talk seriously of the aggregate production function. Soloq the aggre- gate production function is only a little less legitimate a concept than, say, the aggregateCited by: Solow 1957.
Technical Change and the Aggregate Production Function Robert M. Solow The Review of Economics and Statistics, Vol. 39, No. (Aug., ), pp. File Size: 1MB.