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INTRODUCTION TO THE MACROECONOMIC DYNAMICS SPECIAL ISSUE ON TECHNOLOGY ASPECTS IN THE PROCESS OF DEVELOPMENT

  • Théophile T. Azomahou (a1), Raouf Boucekkine (a2), Pierre Mohnen (a3) and Bart Verspagen (a3)

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We present a set of theoretical and empirical papers and briefly describe the specific contributions to the Macroeconomic Dynamics special issue on technology aspects in the process of development.

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Address correspondence to: Théophile T. Azomahou, United Nations University (UNU-MERIT) and Department of Economics, Maastricht University, Boschstraat 24, 6211 AX Maastricht, the Netherlands; e-mail: azomahou@merit.unu.edu.

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