Growth theory is currently changing directions - the orthodox
neoclassical approach is being modified and extended by models of
endogenous growth. Along with fresh contributions from the field,
this volume provides a survey of the topic.
Endogenous Growth covers aspects such as growth effects of
different trade, tax and public investment policies, as well as
lobbying activities. Moreover, the relationships between growth,
talent and income distribution are explored from different
perspectives. The emphasis is on the effects of egalitarianism both
within and across generation.