Indeterminacy Under Constant Returns to Scale in Multisector Economies
Recently there has been a renewed interest in indeterminacy, or alternatively put, in the existence of a continuum of equilibria in dynamic economies that exhibit some market imperfections. One of the primary concerns of this literature has been the empirical plausibility of indeterminacy, which arises in markets with external effects or with monopolistic competition, often coupled with some degree 10 of increasing returns.
KeywordsConstant Return Negative Real Part Negative Root Endogenous Growth Model Balance Growth Path
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