• Robert Barro


Health and Economic Growth. Robert Barro, 2013, Paper. "Since the mid 1980s, research on economic growth has experienced a boom, beginning with the work of Romer (1986). The new “endogenous growth” theories have focused on productivity advances that derive from technological progress and increased human capital in the form of education. Barro and Sala-i-Martin (1995) explore these theories and also discuss extensions to allow for open economies, diffusion of technology, migration of persons, fertility choice, and variable labor supply..." Link Verified October 12, 2014