Updated August 2003. See also the references on fertility and growth and evolution and growth.

Recent articles

Arifovic, Jasmina, Bullard, James and Duffy, John (1997). The transition from stagnation to growth: an adaptive learning approach. Journal of Economic Growth, 2, 185-209.

Artzrouni, Marc and Komlos, John (1985). Population growth through history and the escape from the Malthusian trap: a homeostatic simulation model. Genus, 41, 3-4, July-December, 21-39.

Becker, G. S., Glaeser, E. L. and Murphy, K. M. (1999). Population and economic growth. American Economic Review, Papers and Proceedings, May, 89(2), 145-149.

De Long, J. Bradford (1998). Estimating World GDP, One Million B.C. – Present. U. C. Berkeley mimeo, December.

Doepke, Matthias (2001). Accounting for fertility decline during the transition to growth. UCLA Department of Economics working paper no. 804.

Galor, Oded and Weil, David (2000). Population, technology and growth: from Malthusian stagnation to the demographic transition and beyond. American Economic Review, September, 90(4), 806-828.

Galor, Oded and Weil, David (1999). From Malthusian stagnation to modern growth. American Economic Review, Papers and Proceedings, May, 89(2), 150-154.

Goodfriend, Marvin and McDermott, John (1995). Early development. American Economic Review, March, 85(1), 116-133.

Hansen, Gary D. and Prescott, Edward C. (2002). Malthus to Solow. American Economic Review, September, 92(4), 1205-1217.

Jones, Charles I. (2001). Was an Industrial Revolution inevitable? Economic growth over the very long run. Advances in Macroeconomics, 1(2).

Komlos, John (1989). Thinking of the Industrial Revolution. Journal of European Economic History, 18(1), 101-206.

Komlos, John and Artzrouni, Marc (1990). Mathematical investigations of the escape from the Malthusian trap. Mathematical Population Studies, 2, 269-287.

Lagerloef, Nils-Petter (2000). From Malthus to modern growth: the three regimes revisited. Manuscript, University of Sydney, May.

Lucas, Robert (2002). Lectures on economic growth. Cambridge and London: Harvard University Press.

Steinmann, Gunter and Komlos, John (1988). Population and economic growth in the very long run: a simulation model of three revolutions. Mathematical Social Sciences, 16, 49-63.

Tamura, Robert (1996). From decay to growth: a demographic transition to economic growth. Journal of Economic Dynamics and Control. June-July, 20(6-7), 1237-61.

Tamura, Robert (2002). Human capital and the switch from agriculture to industry. Journal of Economic Dynamics and Control, December, 27(2), 207-42.

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