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Optimización dinámica y modelos de crecimiento con consumo óptimo: Ramsey-Cass-Koopmans

  • Blanca Zuluaga

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  • Leonardo Raffo

En estas notas de clase se presenta y analiza el llamado modelo de crecimiento óptimo Ramsey-Cass-Koopmans. Este fue el primer modelo de crecimiento económico en el que el patrón de ahorro y, por ende, el de consumo, no están dados a priori, sino que son endógenos y responden a las preferencias y restricciones presupuestarias en el tiempo de las familias consumidoras. Por lo tanto este modelo es una versión sofisticada y mejor microfundamentada del modelo neoclásico de crecimiento de Robert Solow. El documento está dirigido a estudiantes de Macroeconomía tanto en pregrado como en Maestría.

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