Inequalities and fluctuations in a dynamic general equilibrium model
AbstractIn the present paper a tractable two-sector neo-classical growth model with heterogeneous agents is considered. The local dynamic properties of the equilibrium path are analyzed in relation with the underlying characteristics of the economy. In particular, the existence of fluctuations is related to the degree of heterogeneity in labor and in capital endowments. When applied to international trade theory, the analysis shows that free trade may distabilize a world economy that is originally stable under the regime of autarky.
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Volume (Year): 17 (2001)
Issue (Month): 1 ()
Note: Received: December 28, 1998; revised version: October 29, 1999
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