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Efficient and Optimal Capital Accumulation and Non Renewable Resource Depletion: The Hartwick Rule in a Two Sector Model

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  • AMIGUES Jean-Pierre
  • MOREAUX Michel

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Paper provided by LERNA, University of Toulouse in its series LERNA Working Papers with number 08.14.258.

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