Innovation and growth in the Grossman-Helpman’s model with increasing returns: a note
AbstractIn this paper I consider the 1991 Grossman-Helpman model which analyses the role of innovation on growth. The model assumes constant returns to scale. I intend to show what happen in this model if I assume strong increasing returns. In particular, under the assumption of increasing returns of capital but leaving all other main features of the Grossman-Helpman model unchanged, I analyse the influence of the rate of innovation on three variables: the rate of growth of final output, the level of prices of final output and the rate of investment.
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Date of creation: 27 Dec 2009
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Grossman-Helpman model; growth; innovation; increasing returns to scale;
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- O31 - Economic Development, Technological Change, and Growth - - Technological Change; Research and Development; Intellectual Property Rights - - - Innovation and Invention: Processes and Incentives
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