Talk:Big push model

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Bibliography[edit]

Skott, Peter; Ros, Jaime. "The big push in an open economy with non-tradable inputs", Journal of Post Keynesian Economics, Vol. 20, No. 1, pp. 149-162

Bateman, Fred; Ros, Jaime; Taylor, Jason. "Did New Deal and World War II Public Capital Investments Facilitate a ‘Big Push’ in the American South?"

Rufin, Carlos; Mahmood, Ishtiaq. "From big push to big pull: Theory and Evidence"


Proposed Changes[edit]

The article currently covers only a general outline of Rodan's theory. I propose to expand thisas follows;

  • Describe the Three indivisibilities (in production function, in demand and in the supply of savings)
  • Describe the role of external economies
  • The role of the state
  • Diagrammatic exposition
  • Criticism of the model
  • Add references