Quasistationary solutions in economic systems with variable technology
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Stationary solutions play an important role in the studies of models of economic dynamics with constant parameters. We select the two classes of dynamical systems with variable parameters and prove for them the existence of special solutions preserving some properties of stationary solutions (for instance, uniform boundedness).
Keywordsmodel of economic dynamics stationary solution variable parameters quasistationary solutions hyperbolic points stable development
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