Why do prosperous economies develop in some countries and regions, while others stagnate? The Working Group on the Foundations of Long-Run Prosperity applies approaches from a range of disciplines to understand the mechanics of long-run growth. It disseminates the results to the research community, policy makers, and the broader public.

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Inaugural Conference Of The Working Group on the Foundations of Long-Run Prosperity
Foundations of Long-Run Prosperity

The Hoover Institution hosted the inaugural conference of the working group on the Foundations of Long-Run Prosperity in June 2022. Understanding how and why economies prosper, stagnate, or wither is a question of first-order importance, but our knowledge about the process of economic growth is surprisingly thin. The inaugural conference of the Working Group on the Foundations of Long-Run Prosperity provides an opportunity to evaluate socially useful research that leverages recent advances in several fields of scholarship, and to analyze the implications that may be drawn from those research results for academic and policy-focused audiences.

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