2 edition of savings trap and economic take-off found in the catalog.
savings trap and economic take-off
Carlos M. Asilis
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||prepared by Carlos M. Asilis and Atish R. Ghosh.|
|Series||IMF working paper -- WP/92/91|
|Contributions||Ghosh, Atish R., International Monetary Fund. Research Dept.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||35 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||35|
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Downloadable. We develop an overlapping generations model of a developing economy in which ‘culture’ and technology interact to determine savings, investment and growth. Investment is assumed to involve intermediation or other costs which may, in each period, result in either of two stable equilibria for the savings rate.
At the “good” equilibrium, savings and growth are higher than at. We develop a model of economic development in which culture and technology interact to devermine savings, investment, and growth. Investment is assumed to involve intermediation or other costs that may, in any period, result in either of two equilibria for the savings rate.
At the good equilibrium, aggregate savings, the savings rate, and growth are all higher than at the bad equilibrium. Atish R. Ghosh is the author of The Savings Trap and Economic Take-Off ( avg rating, 1 rating, 0 reviews, published ), Taming the Tide of Capital /5. There are a few alternative policy options for stagnant nations in light of the technological trap.
The first is that temporarily increasing the savings rate might actually serve as a policy option in this case. Specifically, consider Figure 2 and suppose that we have a country with savings rate s 1 stuck at the stagnant steady-state ratio k 1 *. Rostow's stages of growth Jump to navigation Jump to search.
Part of a series on Rostow argued that economic take-off must initially be led by a few individual economic sectors. This initial and accelerating steep increase in savings and investment is a pre-condition for the economy to reach the "Take-off" stage and far beyond.
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the economy is ready for Rostow's take-off stage. none of the above. Which of the following would not be considered as an example of industrialization a.* Increase in literacy b.
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