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Can we “prove” that slow growth is due to deficient demand?

We hear more and more these days about growth, particularly in the Eurozone and Britain, being beneath its long-term trend due to deficient demand. I can think of a few things which support that idea ...
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Macroeconomic formulas for global limited raw material economy exist?

Macroeconomics basic formulas are referring to a model in which the raw material are unlimited. Also the efficiency of production is a consequence of the pressure done by consumers (that buy the most ...
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Multiplicative factorization of stochastic growth time series--solving for an eigenfunction/eigenvector

I'm trying to understand the tools used/presented in Lars Hansen's Econometrica paper "Dynamic Valuation Decomposition within Stochastic Economies." In a part in the paper, Hansen introduces a ...
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Will China's GDP be greater than the USA's and Europe's combined?

A newspaper said in 2080 China can be a developed country, with a bigger population. Does that mean China's GDP is going to be bigger than the USA's and Europe's combined? Also, is this possible even ...
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Does Inflation Make Money Eventually Worthless?

I used this calculator: http://www.buyupside.com/calculators/inflationjan08.htm to estimate the future worth of 100 dollars in 100 years at 2% inflation. Does this really mean that a decent meal at a ...
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growth accounting, innovation, productivity and institutional analysis

I am looking to design a study which would have the following elements: 1) growth accounting using provincial data of a Asian country. 2) empirical research investigating link between innovation and ...
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Growth Accounting

In growth accounting the production function is defined as follows: $$Y= AF(K,L) $$ That means output $Y$ is dependent upon capital $K$, labour $L$ and technology $A$. Now to produce something, in ...
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Why is economic growth measured exponentially rather than linearly?

If economic growth is indeed highly desirable (see this question), why must this growth be exponential? With finite resources, exponential growth might hit limits rapidly (or be impossible?). Why not ...
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Is indefinite exponential economic growth possible?

Economic growth is frequently expressed as a % of GDP. Proponents of a steady-state economy postulate that perpetual exponential economic growth is impossible and that any system relying on it is ...
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Are there fundamental reasons why (exponential) economic growth is highly desirable?

One of the most widely published measures of the economy is the economic growth as a % of the GDP; i.e. the degree to which an economy grows exponentially. In my understanding, when the rate of ...
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Data: Directed Technical Change

I'm interested in technologies that are directed towards improving productivity of workers with high human capital. What kind of data could one use to look at directed technical change, as in ...
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Banking System, Canada & US

Why are the way banks are established and spread out in Canada and US so different? Canada: There are only six major banks and most products offered are very competitive. Its almost unusual to hear ...
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Schumpeterian Business Cycles

The basic idea of Schumpeterian Business Cycles is that new technologies require creative destruction but will yield positive growth. These two opposing forces have impacts onto the real economy at ...