Robert M. Solow

Robert M. Solow, Institute Professor Emeritus of Economics at MIT, won the 1987 Nobel Prize in economics. His most recent book is Work and Welfare. (May 2009)

Mysteries of Growth

Why Economies Grow: The Forces That Shape Prosperity and How We Can Get Them Working Again

by Jeff Madrick

July 3, 2003 issue

Party Line

Party Line

Economic Report of the President together with The Annual Report of the Council of Economic Advisers

by The Council Of Economic Advisors

April 11, 2002 issue

Welfare: The Cheapest Country

The Real Worlds of Welfare Capitalism

by Robert E. Goodin and Bruce Headey and Ruud Muffels and Henk-Jan Dirven

March 23, 2000 issue

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