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Simulación del Modelo de Solow-Swan


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  • Cesar Humberto Antunez Irgoin
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    La historia del crecimiento económico se remonta a los primeros clásicos como Adan Smith, David Ricardo y Thomas Malthus, estos economistas desarrollaron el tema del crecimiento he introdujeron conceptos como; rendimientos decrecientes y su relación con la acumulación de capital físico o humano, el progreso tecnológico, la especialización del trabajo, el enfoque competitivo como elemento de análisis de equilibrio dinámico

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    Article provided by Grupo (Universidad de Málaga) in its journal Contribuciones a la Economía.

    Volume (Year): (2011)
    Issue (Month): 2011-06 (June)

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    Handle: RePEc:erv:contri:y:2011:i:2011-06:6

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    Keywords: simulación; modelo Solow Swan; crecimiento economico; Adam Smith; David Ricardo; Thomas Malthus;


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