Renewable Resources, Capital Accumulation, and Economic Growth

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Wei-Bin Zhang;
(2011)
  • Publisher: Society for promotion of business information technology
  • Journal: Business Systems Research : International journal of the Society for Advancing Innovation and Research in Economy, volume 2, issue 1 (issn: 1847-8344, eissn: 1847-9375)
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  • Subject: renewable resource | HF5001-6182 | harvesting | Business | renewable resource; harvesting; capital accumulation; economic growth | economic growth | capital accumulation

This paper proposes a dynamic economic model with physical capital and renewable resources. Different from most of the neoclassical growth models with renewable resources which are based on microeconomic foundation and neglect physical capital accumulation, this study p... View more
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