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Human Capital Vs TFP

I'm interested in familiarizing myself with some of the intra-debates that have occurred over the years, having to do with Mankiw, Romer, Weil (1992) and Klenow, Rodriguez-Clare (1997). Some argue ...
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Question on overlapping generations

My question is from over lapping generations Question is as follows I found that $$k(t+1)= \frac{\beta(1-\alpha)}{(1+\beta)(1+n)}A(t)k(t)^{\alpha}$$ How can I deal with A(t) to find the steady state $...
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Capital accumulation equation in steady-state (OLG model)

So I was given a question to derive the equation for aggregate capital accumulation. $K_{t+1}$, and explain if the economy has a stationary steady-state with zero growth. The model is as follows, ...
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Introduction of an asset tax in the AK model

Let's start by analyzing the family's problem with the imposition of a tax. Assuming a CRRA utility function: \begin{equation} U = \int_0^\infty e^{-(\rho-n)t} \cdot \left[ \frac{c^{1-\theta}-1}{1-...
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Models with Learning by Doing and Knowledge Spillovers - Barro, Sala-i-Martin (2003)

Consider the model of endogenous growth with learning by doing and knowledge spillovers presented in Barro & Sala-i-Martin (2003), chapter 4, section 4.3, starting in page 212. In equilibrium, the ...
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Why, theoretically, is economic growth exponential? [closed]

Despite the experimentally well-observed exponential nature of GDP growth, I've never actually seen a theoretical reason or "prediction" why it should be so. (Even if the answer is "...
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How to derive the standard euler equation from the Expanding Variety Model

In the standard expanding variety model where the representative household faces the following CRRA utility function $$ \int_{0}^{\infty} \exp(-\rho t) \frac{C(t)^{1-\theta}-1}{1-\theta}dt $$ and ...
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Wage Growth Rate in the R&D Model

I am trying to understand the R&D model and how to calculate the growth rate of wage in this model. There is no equation given, but it’s stated that : household income must equal total ...
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Endogenous Growth in the case of externalities (Learning by doing)

so for the Learning by doing model productivity is defined as $$A_t=BK_t$$. Inserting this into the optimum conditions leads us to the following:$$r_t=\alpha BL^{1-\alpha}$$ and $$w_t=(1-\alpha)B^{1-\...
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a question on the endogenous growth model

I have such a question on the endogenous growth mode”: In the macroeconomics literature there are various ways in which the growth process in the Ransey-Cass- Koopmans model has been endogenized. ...
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Estimating Endogenous vs Exogenous growth models

Exogenous economic growth models (mostly those that take technological progress, or change in TFP as exogenous and random) are rather easy to estimate econometrically. But how about endogenous ...
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Induced technical change vs. directed technical change

I am trying to get a better grip on the literature on directed technical change and induced technical change. In other words, I am trying to understand if these concepts are the same and used ...
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How to prove that GDP grows at the same rate as consumption on Lab Equipment Model?

I'm studying the Lab Equipment Model (Barro-Sala-i-Martin, Chapter 6). I'm having trouble when trying to prove that every variables grows at the same rate as consumption. I was able to prove that $\...
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Books on Technological Progress and Growth

I've done some google search for good, reader friendly albeit technical, books on technological progress/change and economic growth. However, I've not found what I want. If you are using or have heard ...
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Decreasing labor force and GDP

I'm a bachelor student writing a paper on the effects of China's one child policy on future GDP. My professor told me to use growth models. However, I'm unsure which growth model I need to use for ...
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Comparative Statics on Balanced Growth Path

It would be a silly question. In a model, I have found the BGP (balanced growth path) for all key variables. As expected, these variables are constant variables ; $$\mu^{BGP}=\frac{\alpha+\rho+\pi}{...
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Directed technical change, Acemoglu (2002) framework - trying to understand how an equation is derived

You may have read Acemoglu (2002) on the topic of directed technical change. I am reading a similar research paper, and I could not understand how the author derived the final equation using ...
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Growth rate of variables on a balanced growth path (BGP)

Normally, in the very basic endogeneous model of growth. It is said that all variables grow at a constant rate. Let's take the basic capital accumulation ; $$\dot{K}=Y-C$$ If I write this in ...
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Why do developing countries adopt 21st century technology, but stay behind in output per capita?

The economic growth rate of Latin America has been about 3% per year for decades; but if you have ever visited, many of the natives have: internet, smartphones, tomography, hybrid cars, etc. Why don'...
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Infinite Horizon Transversality Condition

This question is an extension of Endogenous Growth: Balanced Growth Path with CRRA Utility however, this question asks about a specific concept used in that question, and I think it would be helpful ...
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Endogenous Growth: Balanced Growth Path with CRRA Utility

I've got a model of endogenous growth due to spillovers. $\textbf{Model:}$ $$K_t=\frac{1}{n}\sum_{t=1}^nk_t$$ In this model, $k_t$ is chosen by agents, and $K_t=\bar{k}_t$ (the average of all $k_t$). ...