A Pedagogical Tool For Illustrating The Real Impact Of The Financial Sector
We devise a simple way of incorporating the financial sector into a growth model that is useful pedagogically. Financial innovation raises the efficiency of financial intermediation, which facilitates capital accumulation. The model may be extended to include real R&D as a symbiotic source of endogenous growth.
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