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7) implies that f (k) = αk this expression is positive, that it approaches inﬁnity as k approaches zero, and that it approaches zero as k approaches inﬁnity. 6 The Evolution of the Inputs into Production The remaining assumptions of the model concern how the stocks of labor, knowledge, and capital change over time. 7 The initial levels of capital, labor, and knowledge are taken as given, and are assumed to be strictly positive. 9) where n and g are exogenous parameters and where a dot over a variable denotes a derivative with respect to time (that is, X˙(t ) is shorthand for dX(t )/dt).

18). In this sample, per capita income today is essentially unrelated to its level 100 years ago. DeLong (1988) demonstrates, however, that Baumol’s ﬁnding is largely spurious. There are two problems. The ﬁrst is sample selection. Since historical data are constructed retrospectively, the countries that have long data series are generally those that are the most industrialized today. Thus countries that were not rich 100 years ago are typically in the sample only if they grew rapidly over the next 100 years.

29) 26 Chapter 1 THE SOLOW GROWTH MODEL Since k˙ is positive when k is slightly below k ∗ and negative when it is slightly ˙ |k=k ∗ is negative. Equivalently, λ is positive. 29) implies that in the vicinity of the balanced growth path, k moves toward k ∗ at a speed approximately proportional to its distance from k ∗ . That is, the growth rate of k(t ) − k ∗ is approximately constant and equal to −λ. 30) where k(0) is the initial value of k. 30) follows just from the facts that the system is stable (that is, that k converges to k ∗ ) and that we are linearizing the equation for k˙ around k = k ∗ .