An evolutionary interpretation of the Aghion & Howitt (1992) Model
We test the robustness of the main growth mechanisms of the original Aghion & Howitt model by relaxing two central assumptions: the homogeneity of the agents and perfect foresight. To this end, we introduce boundedly rational firms in the R&D sector that are capable of learning. Our first results show that the original AH assumptions are essential for continuous endogenous growth of the economy.
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