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Some theoretical properties of a two-sector model of optimal growth.

Leif Johansen

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Published
**1965**
in [Oslo]
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Written in

- Economics -- Mathematical models

**Edition Notes**

Series | Memorandum from Institute of Economics, University of Oslo, Memorandum fra Sosialøkonomisk institutt, Universitetet i Oslo |

Contributions | Lindholt, Tore |

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LC Classifications | HB141 J66 |

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Pagination | [24,1 leaves] |

Number of Pages | 241 |

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Open Library | OL18448241M |

Get this from a library! Growth theory / 2, Optimal growth theories. and properties of the technology for creating 'ideas'.' Though this theoretical tradition is still vibrant in economics and has provided many insights about the mechanics of economic growth, it has for a long time seemed un- able to provide afundamental explanation for economic growth.

This management theory attempts to find the optimal way to complete a given task, often at the expense of the employees’ humanity. The theory as a whole isn’t used much anymore, but parts of it — workplace efficiency, training, and cooperation — are the foundation of some of the most successful businesses on the planet. 5) Theories X And Y. Robert Solow and Trevor Swan first introduced the neoclassical growth theory in The theory states that economic growth is the result of three factors—labor, capital, and technology.

Mariusz Próchniak & Bartosz Witkowski, "Modelowanie realnej konwergencji w skali międzynarodowej," Gospodarka Narodowa, Warsaw School of Economics, is pages Minako Fujio, "Optimal Transition Dynamics In The Leontief Two‐Sector Growth Model With Durable Capital: The Case Of Capital Intensive Consumption Goods," The Japanese Economic Review, . Uzawa, H. () Optimal growth in a two-sector model of capital accumulation. Review of Economic Studies 31 (1), 1 – Valentinyi, A. and Herrendorf, B. () .

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Some Theoretical Properties of a Two-Sector Model of Optimal Growth' 1. INTRODUCTION The theoretical model which forms the basis for the following analysis was first outlined in a paper [7] which was presented at the Symposium on Econometric Analysis for National Economic Planning, organized by the Colston Research Society, Bristol, The determination of intertemporal saving and investment decisions in the model is essentially a multi-sector open-economy extension of neoclassical optimal growth theory in the Ramsey–Cass.

R.F. Harrod () Towards a Dynamic Economics: Some recent developments of economic theory and their Accumulation for an Economy in which there is Exogenous Technical Change", in Shell,editor, Essays on the Theory of Optimal Economic Growth () "Optimal Savings in a Two Sector Model of Growth.

This book covers a variety of topics in economic theory, ranging from the analysis of production functions to the general recoverability problem of optimal dynamic behavior. Organized into nine chapters, this book begins with an overview of the theory of observable behavior by analyzing the invariant relationships among economic variables.

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approaching the limit as the number of bets goes to infinity). The Kelly bet size is found by maximizing the. The final chapters explore the production-possibility set with public intermediate goods and the scale effect of public goods on production-possibility sets. These chapters also look into the properties of the per capita production set in the two-sector model of economic growth.

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Some of this may already be. The basic contribution of this paper is an extension of the two-sector neo-classical growth model in which a non-market mechanism, for production of public goods, coexists with a market for private capital goods.

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Duesenberry has based his theory on the following propositions: (1) Gross investment starts exceeding depreciation when capital stock grows.The Solow growth model is a workhorse for many macro applications, and it is the starting place for the modern theory of economic growth.

Here we begin with the basics of this model, which will already be familiar to many of you. 1. Introduction to Modern Economic Growth, Chapter 2. 2. Solow, Robert, (), Growth Theory: An Exposition.Additional Physical Format: Online version: Essays on the theory of optimal economic growth.

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