open Classroom-1/14/09- #2-Robert Solow- What Makes Economies Grow?





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Published on Feb 11, 2009

"What Makes Economies Grow? New vs. Old Models of Economic Growth"

Featuring: Robert Solow, 1987 Nobel Prize in Economics
Professor Emeritus, MIT
and Lynn Browne, Executive Vice President and Chief Economist, Federal Reserve Bank of Boston

The Open Classroom Policy Series is a graduate-level public policy seminar that is open to the public. Each semester, the the School of Public Policy and Urban Affairs selects a critical and relevant topic as the Open Classroom for that semester.


The topic of this semester is Economic Growth with Equity, focusing on the historical causes and consequences of economic growth in the United States and ways to improve the financial health and equity for the future. The faculty are Barry Bluestone and Cathy Minehan, former President of the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston. Each week features 1-3 featured speakers.

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