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I don't know the paper nor the notation, so I am just guessing here. I gues $N(a,t)$ is the number of agents of age $a$ at time period $t$. Let's follow the number of age $B$ accross generations: $$ \begin{align*} N(B,t) &= e^f N(B, t- B),\\ &= e^{2f} N(B, t - 2 B),\\ &= \ldots,\\ &= e^{f t/B} N(B,0),\\ &= e^{\eta t} N(B, 0). \end{align*} ...


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