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Croissance optimale avec population fluctuante

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  • Philippe Michel
  • Pierre Pestieau

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[fre] Croissance optimale avec population fluctuante. . Cet article introduit la possibilité d'une population fluctuante dans la théorie traditionnelle de la croissance optimale. Dans l'hypothèse où ces fluctuations sont cycliques, on distinguera une règle d'optimalité à deux temps. A l'intérieur du cycle, les utilités peuvent être pondérées de manière quelconque selon le principe de l'optimum de Pareto. D'un cycle à l'autre, une règle correspondant à la règle d'or permet de réaliser le niveau d'utilité le plus élevé pour le cycle stationnaire. [eng] Optimal growth and changing population. . This note introduces changing population within the traditional setting of optimal growth theory. Under the assumption of cyclical population changes, one derives a two-tier optimality rule. Within the cycle, individual's utilities can be arbitrarily weighted according to the Pareto principle. Across cycles, a rule analogous to the golden rule implies the highest level of utility for the stationary cycle.

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Article provided by Programme National Persée in its journal Revue économique.

Volume (Year): 44 (1993)
Issue (Month): 3 ()
Pages: 615-624

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Note: DOI:10.2307/3502158
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