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Productivity growth today is a hundred times the proportional rate it was back before 1650. That is perhaps the most astonishing thing about today's economy, when viewed in historical perspective.
J. Bradford DeLong on October 17, 2006 at 10:37 AM in Economics: Growth, Economics: History, History, Streams: Economics | Permalink