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Nicholas Kaldor’s Economics: a Review.

Gomes, Luiz (2022): Nicholas Kaldor’s Economics: a Review.

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Considered one of the leading economists of the 20th century, Nicholas Kaldor contributed to the development of modern economic thought in several fields, from cobweb models to tax issues. Kaldor is recognized worldwide for his work on economic development, the theory of distribution and economic growth. Nicholas Kaldor's concerns were directed at practical problems in economic policy. This work aimed to briefly investigate the contributions of Nicholas Kaldor to economic science. In this paper, we succinctly reviewed Nicholas Kaldor's main works. As Nicholas Kaldor's bibliographic production was quite extensive, some parts had to be highlighted, especially the growth models of theoretical framework I, with full employment, and the economic models of theoretical framework II, without full employment. The article is divided into sections and it has a conclusion.

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