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¿Existe cambio estructural en presencia de crecimiento exógeno?

  • Leonardo Raffo


En este artículo se propone un modelo de crecimiento exógeno de tres sectores basado en una estructura sencilla de equilibrio general que replica los patrones de cambio estructural por los que han atravesado muchos países. El modelo demuestra que en el caso de economías relativamente cerradas, sin sectores dinámicos y en las que buena parte de la población no ahorra por sus bajos niveles de ingreso, el cambio estructural puede ser explicado por la acumulación de capital per cápita suponiendo preferencias no homotéticas de los consumidores. En esas condiciones, la acumulación de capital per cápita es una condición suficiente para el cambio estructural, porque actúa como mecanismo activador de la ley de Engel.

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Article provided by UN - RCE - CID in its journal REVISTA CUADERNOS DE ECONOMÍA.

Volume (Year): (2005)
Issue (Month): (June)

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Handle: RePEc:col:000093:003808
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