A Comparative Study of Thomas Malthus and David Romer


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Connections and Disconnections
A Comparative Study of Thomas Malthus and David Romer
The impact of the works of Thomas Malthus and David
reach into contemporary economic theories and practice in multiple ways. The two men have diverse views of economics, yet in certain aspects, their views converge strikingly. Additionally, from the perspective of other economists, both Malthus and
share one similar characteristic: both are often misunderstood, even by their peers. A comprehensive understanding of both economists and their diverse as well as similar views provides a detailed understanding of many of the forces that impact the present and likely the future economic status of the world.
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