Jorgenson, Dale W.

Jorgenson, Dale W.

(1933–  ) economist; born in Bozeman, Mont. Originator of a neoclassical theory of investment and the neoclassical theory of development of a dual economy, he taught at the University of California: Berkeley (1959–69) before accepting a professorship at Harvard in 1969.
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Jorgenson, Dale W. (2012) "The World KLEMS Initiative," International Productivity Monitor, No.
Jorgenson, Dale W. and Paul Schreyer (2013) "Industry-level Productivity Measurement and the 2008 System of National Accounts," Review of Income and Wealth, Vol.
Jorgenson, Dale W., "Capital Theory and Investment Behavior." American Economic Review, May 1963, 366-78.
Jorgenson, Dale W., ed, (2009) The Economics of Productivity (Northampton, MA: Edward Elgar).
Jorgenson, Dale W. and Paul Schreyer (2012) "Industry-Level Productivity Measurement and the 2008 System of National Accounts," Review of Income and Wealth, Vol.
Jorgenson, Dale W. (1966) "The Embodiment Hypothesis," Journal of Political Economy, Vol.