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Referring to the Solow-Swan model of economic growth.

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Macroeconomic Measures of Human Capital

How exactly do you measure human capital for a given country and what numbers are included in that measure. The reason why I ask is because im interested in simulating the Mankiw–Romer–Weil version ...
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Data Set for Mankiw, Romer, and Weil 1992

I am trying to replicate the results of Mankiw, Romer and Weil 1992, and cannot seem to find the original data.
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Solow growth model - analytic proof that Inada conditions imply steady state capital is increasing in the savings rate

Let's take the example of a generic Harrod-neutral (labor-augmenting) production function $f(k)$; all letters denote the growth rates they usually would. In the regular Solow growth model with the ...
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Would some help me fill in missing steps from a textbook exercise left for the reader

Question: Suppose $C_t=(1-s)Y_t-\lambda G_t$ where $s>\sigma$ as in the basic Solow model. Out of the government expenditure , proportion $\phi$ is invested in public capital formation. Hence we ...
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Would someone be able to help me solve capital per capita in the steady state (check my work)

Question: Suppose $C_t=(1-s)Y_t$ where $s>\sigma$ as in the basic Solow model. Solve for capital per capita in the steady state. $Y_t=K^{\alpha}_tL^{1-\alpha}_t$ $Y_t=C_t+I_t+G_t$ \$K_{t+1}=I_t+(1-\...
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Is this a total derivative - if yes, why minus

This is the beginning of the derivation of equation of motion from the Solow model (Romer, 2019): My question is: is this the total derivative (w.r.t. ultimate source of change "t")? If yes,...
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Effect of population growth on Solow steady state

My textbook says that: Ratio of capital per capita to income per capita in the steady state is a positive function of s and an inverse function of η and δ. Thus, k*/y* is a constant. This means ...
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Sustainable growth in the long run [closed]

Suppose that, in addition to physical capital and labour, an economy requires a fixed factor and a non-renewable resource to produce the final good. Prove that an economy with these input requirements ...