# Questions tagged [solow]

Referring to the Solow-Swan model of economic growth.

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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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### 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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### Solow Model - criticism of Harrod model

I have started out reading seminal paper of Solow - Solow Growth model. It starts out with discussing weaknesses in Harrod Domar Model, a simple model of economic growth which featured prior to solow'...
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### Solow model golden rule with my exact answer

In a perfectly competitive Solow economy with physical capital accumulation, population growth and a Cobb-Douglas production function, show that the “golden rule” steady-state would be reached if at ...
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### Improve my solution: Question on solow model

There is a question about Solow growth and Ramsey model, compared to solow model, the Ramsey model is better to explain growth patterns across countries because it predicts a slower convergence ...
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### Solow growth model deriving solutions

I was reading a note on Solow model in continuous time, and it said we can derive K, C, and Y from the key equation. But the steps were omitted, and I have no clue with it. How can I derive these ...
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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 ...
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In the Solow model, we have the Solow residual often referred to as the level of technology A. More particularly : $$Y(t) = [K(t)]^{\alpha} [A(t)L(t)]^{1-\alpha}$$ Here ...