Changes in Structure and Relations between Productive Systems
The capacity of the economies to grow is usually made to depend on the presence of some particular requisites (resources, skills, technology,...) that are generally considered as essential for assuring growth. Only the economies that get to possess these requisites are thus able to grow; on the other hand, the very possession of the requisites themselves assures growth. This is the view underlying the standard growth theory in its traditional steady growth version or in its more sophisticated endogenous growth revisitation.
KeywordsProductive Capacity Endogenous Growth Final Demand Equilibrium Process External Intervention
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