Colin G. Clark, 1905-

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Oxford-trained economist whose Herculean data collection efforts remain unparalleled to the modern day. Inspired by Arthur L. Bowley, Colin Clark compiled the first set of modern national income accounts for the United Kingdom. He pursued collection on a world-wide scale and published, in 1939, his famous Conditions of Economic Growth - the first study to make quantitatively evident the gulf between European countries and the rest of the world. His later work concentrated on issues in development economics, notably in stressing the role of population growth - and understressing that of investment - in economic growth.

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