Robert Solow's Nobel speech

It's hardly news - he got the prize in 1987 - but I was searching for something recently and came across this. It makes a pleasant read, and those interested in the economics of growth may enjoy reminding themselves of some of Solow's work in a lucid, nicely-written piece.

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