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American Economic Review, Vol. LI, No. 4., September 1961.
Under these assumptions there are an infinite number of balanced growth paths which can be reached in a finite period of time and strictly followed thereafter.
American Economic Review, Vol. IV, No. 4, September 1965.
Which had independently been derived by a number of other writers, among others by Carl C. v. Weizsäcker and T. W. Swan.
See footnote 10, p. 809 of op. cit. under 3.
See op. cit. under 3 p. 806
This case is, of course, trival. For non trivial cases, see the author: „Balanced Growth under Factor Augmenting Technological Progress”, Publication No. 32/66, Netherlands Economic Institute, January 1966.
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Inagaki, M. Critical Comments on Phelps' ”Second Golden Rule Essay”. De Economist 114, 534–539 (1966). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF02200134