References

This folder holds the following references to publications, sorted by year and author.

There are 32 references in this bibliography folder.

Felipe, J and McCombie, J (2009).
On Accounting Identities, Simulation Experiments and Aggregate Production Functions: A Cautionary Tale for (Neoclassical) Growth Theorists
In: Handbook of Alternative Theories of Economic Growth, ed. by M. Setterfield, Edward Elgar Publishing Ltd, Cheltenham.

Barro, R (2008).
Macroeconomics: A Modern Approach
Thomson South-Western, Mason, OH.

Felipe, J and Adams, F (2005).
A Theory of Production’. The Estimation of the Cobb-Douglas Function: A Retrospective View
Eastern Economic Journal, 31:427-445.

Felipe, J and McCombie, J (2005).
How Sound are the Foundations of the Aggregate Production Function?
Eastern Economic Journal, 31(3):467-488.

Hansen, G and Prescott, E (2005).
Capacity Constraints, Asymmetries, and the Business Cycle
Review of Economic Dynamics, 8(4):850-865.

Cohen, A and Harcourt, G (2003).
Whatever Happened to the Cambridge Capital Theory Controversies?
Journal of Economic Perspectives, 17(1):199-214.

Felipe, J and Fisher, F (2003).
Aggregation in Production Functions: What Applied Economists Should Know
Metroeconomica, 54:208-262.

Basu, S and Fernald, J (2002).
Aggregate Productivity and Aggregate Technology
European Economic Review, 46(6):963-991.

Basu, S and Fernald, J (2000).
Why Is Productivity Procyclical? Why Do We Care?
NBER, NBER Working Paper(7940).

Griliches, Z and Mairesse, J (1998).
Production Functions: The Search for Identification
In: Econometrics and Economic Theory in the 20th Century, ed. by S. Strom, Cambridge University Press.

Klette, T and Griliches, Z (1996).
The Inconsistency of Common Scale Estimators when Output Prices are Unobserved and Endogenous
Journal of Applied Econometrics, 11(4):343-361.

Romer, P (1987).
Crazy Explanations for the Productivity Slowdown
In: NBER Macroeconomics Annual, MIT Press.

Mizon, G and Richard, J (1986).
The Encompassing Principle and its Application to Testing Non-nested Hypotheses
Econometrica, 54:657-678.

Varian, H (1986).
Microeconomic Analysis
W.W. Norton & Co.

Kydland, F and Prescott, E (1982).
Time to Build and Aggregate Fluctuations
Econometrica, 50(6):1345-1370.

Davidson, R and MacKinnon, J (1981).
Several Tests for Model Specification in the Presence of Alternative Hypotheses
Econometrica, 49:781-793.

Shaikh, A (1980).
Laws of Production and Laws of Algebra: Humbug II
In: Growth, Profits and Property, Essays in the Revival of Political Economy, ed. by E.J. Nell, Cambridge University Press.

Samuelson, P (1979).
Paul Douglas’s Measurement of Production Functions and Marginal Productivities
Journal of Political Economy, 87(5):923-939.

Shaikh, A (1974).
Laws of Production and Laws of Algebra: The Humbug Production Function
The Review of Economics and Statistics, 56:115-120.

Fisher, F (1971).
Aggregate Production Functions and the Explanation of Wages: A Simulation Experiment
Review of Economics and Statistics, 53:305-325.

Lucas, R (1970).
Capacity, Overtime, and Empirical Production Functions
American Economic Review, 60(2):23-27.

Fisher, F (1969).
The Existence of Aggregate Production Functions
Econometrica, 37(4):553-577.

Fisher, F (1968).
Embodied Technology and the Existence of Labor and Output Aggregates
Review of Economic Studies, 35:391-412.

Gorman, W (1968).
Measuring the Quantities of Fixed Factors
In: Value, Capital and Growth: Papers in Honour of Sir John Hicks, Edinburgh University Press.

Jorgenson, D and Griliches, Z (1967).
The Explanation of Productivity Change
Review of Economic Studies, 34:349–383.