Academic Appointments


2022-23 Courses


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  • CAPITAL, TECHNOLOGY, AND TIME CONTRIBUTIONS TO POLITICAL ECONOMY HARRIS, D. J. 2022; 41 (1): 180-188
  • RESOLVING THE SUPPOSED ‘PUZZLE’ OF LOW GROWTH RATE AND HIGH INVESTMENT RATE IN THE JAMAICAN ECONOMY A GROWTH-INDUCEMENT STRATEGY FOR JAMAICA IN THE SHORT AND MEDIUM TERM HARRIS, D. J. Kingston, Jamaica: Planning Institute of Jamaica. 2012: 133-150
  • JAMAICA’S DEBT-PROPELLED ECONOMY: A FAILED ECONOMIC STRATEGY AND ITS AFTERMATH HARRIS, D. J. Sir Arthur Lewis Institute of Social and Economic Studies. Kingston, Jamaica: University of the West Indies. 2010 ; SALISES WORKING PAPER SERIES (1): 1-37
  • UNEVEN DEVELOPMENT THE NEW PALGRAVE DICTIONARY OF ECONOMICS HARRIS, D. J. Palgrave Macmillan. 2008; 2nd ed.
  • CLASSICAL GROWTH MODEL THE NEW PALGRAVE DICTIONARY OF ECONOMICS HARRIS, D. J. Palgrave Macmillan. 2008; 2nd ed.
  • ROBINSON ON ‘HISTORY VERSUS EQUILIBRIUM’ JOAN ROBINSON’S ECONOMICS, A CENTENNIAL CELEBRATION HARRIS, D. J. Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar. 2005: 81-108
  • FINANCE, INVESTMENT, AND GROWTH: ECONOMIC POLICY FOR CARIBBEAN ECONOMIES IN THE NEXT (QUARTER) CENTURY WHITHER THE CARIBBEAN REGION? HARRIS, D. J. Barbados: Caribbean Development Bank, 1996: 37-63. 1996: 37-63
  • THE JAMAICAN ECONOMY IN THE 21ST CENTURY:CHALLENGES TO DEVELOPMENT AND REQUIREMENTS OF A RESPONSE JAMAICA, PREPARING FOR THE 21ST CENTURY HARRIS, D. J. Kingston, Jamaica: Ian Randle Publishers. 1994: 13-52
  • A MODEL OF THE PRODUCTIVITY GAP: CONVERGENCE OR DIVERGENCE? LEARNING AND TECHNOLOGICAL CHANGE HARRIS, D. J. Palgrave Macmillan. 1993: 100–114
  • EQUILIBRIUM AND STABILITY IN CLASSICAL THEORY NICHOLAS KALDOR AND MAINSTREAM ECONOMICS HARRIS, D. J. London: Macmillan. 1991: 88-100
  • ON THE CLASSICAL THEORY OF COMPETITION CAMBRDGE JOURNAL OF ECONOMICS HARRIS, D. J. 1988; 12 (1): 139-167
  • THE COMPLEX DYNAMICS OF THE SIMPLE RICARDIAN SYSTEM QUARTERLY JOURNAL OF ECONOMICS Bhaduri, A., HARRIS, D. J. 1987; 102 (4): 893-901
  • THE THEORY OF ECONOMIC GROWTH: FROM STEADY STATES TO UNEVEN DEVELOPMENT ISSUES IN CONTEMPORARY MACROECONOMICS AND DISTRIBUTION HARRIS, D. J. London: Macmillan. 1985: 378–394
  • ACCUMULATION OF CAPITAL AND THE RATE OF PROFIT IN MARXIAN THEORY CAMBRIDGE JOURNAL OF ECONOMICS HARRIS, D. J. 1983; 7 (3-4): 311-330
  • ECONOMIC GROWTH, STRUCTURAL CHANGE AND THE RELATIVE INCOME STATUS OF BLACKS IN THE US ECONOMY, 1947-78 REVIEW OF BLACK POLITICAL ECONOMY HARRIS, D. J. 1983; 12 (3): 75-92
  • STRUCTURAL CHANGE AND ECONOMIC GROWTH CONTRIBUTIONS TO POLITICAL ECONOMY HARRIS, D. J. 1982; 1 (1): 25-45
  • PROFITS, PRODUCTIVITY, AND THRIFT - THE NEOCLASSICAL THEORY OF CAPITAL AND DISTRIBUTION REVISITED JOURNAL OF POST KEYNESIAN ECONOMICS HARRIS, D. J. 1981; 3 (3): 359-382
  • ON THE TIMING OF WAGE PAYMENTS CAMBRIDGE JOURNAL OF ECONOMICS HARRIS, D. J. 1981; 5 (4): 369-381
  • A POST-MORTEM ON THE NECOLASSICAL 'PARABLE' GROWTH, PROFITS, AND PROPERTY HARRIS, D. J. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. 1980: 43-63
  • CAPITAL ACCUMULATION AND INCOME DISTRIBUTION HARRIS, D. J. Stanford University Press. 1978
  • THE THEORY OF ECONOMIC GROWTH: A CRITIQUE AND REFORMULATION AMERICAN ECONOMIC REVIEW HARRIS, D. J. 1975; 65 (2): 329-337
  • CAPITAL, DISTRIBUTION, AND THE AGGREGATE PRODUCTION FUNCTION AMERICAN ECONOMIC REVIEW HARRIS, D. J. 1973; 63 (1): 100-113
  • ECONOMIC GROWTH WITH LIMITED IMPORT CAPACITY ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AND CULTURAL CHANGE HARRIS, D. J. 1972; 20 (3): 524-528
  • FEASIBLE GROWTH WITH SPECIFICITY OF CAPITAL AND SURPLUS LABOR ECONOMIC INQUIRY HARRIS, D. J. 1972; 10: 65-75
  • ON MARX'S SCHEME OF REPRODUCTION AND ACCUMULATION JOURNAL OF POLITICAL ECONOMY HARRIS, D. J. 1972; 80 (3): 505-522
  • INCOME, PRICES, AND THE BALANCE OF PAYMENTS IN UNDERDEVELOPED ECONOMIES: A SHORT-RUN MODEL OXFORD ECONOMIC PAPERS HARRIS, D. J. 1970; 22 (2): 156-172
  • INFLATION, INCOME DISTRIBUTION, AND CAPITAL ACCUMULATION IN A TWO-SECTOR MODEL OF GROWTH THE ECONOMIC JOURNAL HARRIS, D. J. 1967; 77: 814-833
  • ECONOMETRIC ANALYSIS OF HOUSEHOLD CONSUMPTION IN JAMAICA SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC STUDIES HARRIS, D. J. 1964; 13 (4): 481-487