Schilirò, Daniele (2009): Structural models and structural change: analytical principles and methodological issues.
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Structural analysis is the main topic of this paper and structural change is a dominant theme of the present work. The analysis of structural models and of theories of structural changes carried out in this paper has a double meaning. On the one hand, it allows to pick up several essential principles that characterize these models, on the other hand, it should allow us to reconsider some important methodological issues under a new light, such as different methods of decomposition of the productive systems, the problem of complexity and the strategies to reduce complexity. Moreover, the paper tries to compare Quesnay’s Tableau, taken as a benchmark model, with Leontief’s, von Neumann’s and Sraffa’s models to pick up the different features of these models with respect to his theoretical framework and also to identify their characteristics for structural analysis and structural change.
|Item Type:||MPRA Paper|
|Original Title:||Structural models and structural change: analytical principles and methodological issues|
|Keywords:||structural change; complexity problem; methods of decomposition|
|Subjects:||L - Industrial Organization > L1 - Market Structure, Firm Strategy, and Market Performance > L16 - Industrial Organization and Macroeconomics: Industrial Structure and Structural Change; Industrial Price Indices
O - Economic Development, Technological Change, and Growth > O4 - Economic Growth and Aggregate Productivity > O41 - One, Two, and Multisector Growth Models
|Depositing User:||Daniele Schilirò|
|Date Deposited:||23. Aug 2010 02:17|
|Last Modified:||27. Feb 2013 17:03|
Schilirò D.(2009), 'Structural models and structural change: analytical principles and methodological issues', Quaderno 52/2009, DESMaS, Università di Messina
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