Is growth obsolete

@inproceedings{Nordhaus1973IsGO,
  title={Is growth obsolete},
  author={William Nordhaus and James Tobin},
  year={1973}
}
A long decade ago economic growth was the reigning fashion of political economy. It was simultaneously the hottest subject of economic theory and research, a slogan eagerly claimed by politicians of all stripes, and a serious objective of the policies of governments. The climate of opinion has changed dramatically. Disillusioned critics indict both economic science and economic policy for blind obeisance to aggregate material "progress," and for neglect of its costly side effects. Growth, it is… 
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