Papers such as de la Grandville (1989) and Klump/de la Grandville (2000) have shown that a higher elasticity of substitution leads to higher economic growth. My question is, if there is a way to increase the elasticity of substitution through policy measures for a simple case of a two-input (capital and labour) CES production function.


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