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A Malthus-Swan-Solow model of economic growth

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  • In this paper we introduce in the Solow-Swan growth model a labor supply based on Malthusian ideas. We show that this model may yield several steady states and that an increase in total factor productivity might decrease the capital-labor ratio in a stable equilibrium.
    Mathematics Subject Classification: 37N40.

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