Fiscal Policy Analysis under Alternative Mechanisms of Endogenous Growth
The endogenous growth models of Lucas (1988) and Uzawa (1965) that rely on a formal training technology to generate growth, and the endogenous technologiacl change model of Romer (1990) fit the long-run secular growth path of the US economy equally well. However, the Romer model yields significantly larger welfare cists associated with distortionary taxes on factor income. Moreover, the short-run dynamic properties of the two types of endogenous growth models are very different.
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