Non-Autonomous Difference Equations: Global Attractor in a Business-Cycle Model with Endogenous Population Growth
The article is devoted to the study of global attractors of quasi-linear non-autonomous difference equations. The results obtained are applied to the study of a two-dimensional triangular growth model of Solow type with Variable Elasticity of Substitution production function and endogenous population growth rate described by the Beverton-Holt equation.
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