His main research concerns Human development, Economy, Development economics, Economic growth and Distribution. In his study, Human Development Index is inextricably linked to Demographic economics, which falls within the broad field of Human development. Gustav Ranis studied Development economics and Decentralization that intersect with Economic system, Autonomy, Promotion and Devolution.
He interconnects Lewis turning point, Economic model, Business sector, Secondary sector of the economy and Population growth in the investigation of issues within Economic growth. His research in Distribution tackles topics such as Mathematical economics which are related to areas like Income distribution and Econometrics. His Income distribution study combines topics in areas such as Poverty, Investment rate and Human capital.
Gustav Ranis mostly deals with Development economics, Human development, Economic growth, Developing country and Economy. His Development economics research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in East Asia, Latin Americans, Equity, Decentralization and Politics. His Decentralization study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Devolution and Public good.
His work deals with themes such as Economic system, Income distribution and Virtuous circle and vicious circle, which intersect with Human development. He combines subjects such as Poverty and Demographic economics with his study of Income distribution. His primary area of study in Economic growth is in the field of International development.
Gustav Ranis mainly focuses on Human development, Development economics, Developing country, Economic growth and Income distribution. His work in Human development addresses subjects such as Happiness, which are connected to disciplines such as High income countries. His research on Development economics also deals with topics like
His Developing country research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Capital, Labour economics, Contrarian and Economy. His study brings together the fields of Positive economics and Economic growth. Gustav Ranis works mostly in the field of Income distribution, limiting it down to topics relating to Demographic economics and, in certain cases, Distribution, Competition and Ethnic group.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Human development, Developing country, Engineering ethics, Economy and Poverty. Many of his research projects under Human development are closely connected to Openness to experience with Openness to experience, tying the diverse disciplines of science together. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Business history, Yoshida Doctrine, Corporation and Dismissal.
His Economy research integrates issues from Infant industry argument and Youth unemployment, Unemployment. The concepts of his Poverty study are interwoven with issues in Cultural diversity, Economic stability, Income distribution and Politics. His Gender empowerment studies intersect with other subjects such as Development economics and Economic growth.
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A theory of economic development.
Ranis G;Fei Jc.
The American Economic Review (1961)
Economic Growth and Human Development
Gustav Ranis;Frances Stewart;Alejandro Ramirez.
World Development (2000)
Development of the labor surplus economy : theory and policy
John C. H. Fei;Gustav Ranis.
Development of the labor surplus economy: theory and policy. (1964)
Human Development: Beyond the Human Development Index
Gustav Ranis;Frances Stewart;Emma Samman.
Journal of Human Development (2006)
Growth and the Family Distribution of Income by Factor Components
John C. H. Fei;Gustav Ranis;Shirley W. Y. Kuo.
Quarterly Journal of Economics (1978)
Paths to Success: The Relationship Between Human Development and Economic Growth
Michael A. Boozer;Gustav Ranis;Frances Stewart;Tavneet Suri.
World Development (2011)
Rural nonagricultural activities in development: Theory and application
Gustav Ranis;Frances Stewart.
Journal of Development Economics (1993)
Development of the labor surplus economy
A. Nicolaï;J. C. H. Fei;G. Ranis.
Revue économique (1966)
V‐Goods and the Role of the Urban Informal Sector in Development
Gustav Ranis;Frances Stewart.
Economic Development and Cultural Change (1999)
Human Development and Economic Growth
Research Papers in Economics (2004)
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