Calibration of normalised CES production functions in dynamic models
Normalising CES production functions allows to choose technology parameters of dynamic models in a plausible way and excludes arbitrary effects of changes in the elasticity of substitution. As an illustration, the speed of convergence in the Ramsey model is considered.
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