نتایج جستجو برای Economic Dynamics

تعداد نتایج: 387106  

2004
JOSEPH L. McCAULEY, CORNELIA M. KÜFFNER,

Standard textbook economic theory quite generally assumes the neoclassical economic model, which is a static model of unregulated free markets. Every western government in our era believes implicitly in a free market with “springs,” where imbalances are only of short-term nature. The model postulates the nonempirical idea of utility and assumes stable equilibrium, a notion that goes back over t...

2004
Thomas M. Steger,

Integration affects economic growth mainly through two different channels: The scale-effect channel and the factor-reallocation channel. In order to investigate both channels within a unifying framework, we employ a simple descriptive growth model. The scale-effect channel increases either the long-run growth rate or the level of the balanced growth path. The factor-reallocation channel is ambi...

Journal: Iranian Economic Review 2005

Innovation ability plays an important role in economic growth not only in under- developed countries, but also in developed countries, especially when markets are in recession. In this paper, we analyzed changes in major developments in the context of innovation capacity and the causality relation between innovation and its sources through an empirical study based on the automotive subcontracto...

Journal: Iranian Economic Review 2020

I ran’s economy is suffering from sharp and persistent economic shocks and agriculture plays an undeniable role in its economic growth and development. The aim of this paper is to study the relative contributions of various macroeconomic shocks to generating fluctuations in Iran’s agriculture sector. To do so, a Dynamic Stochastic General Equilibrium (DSGE) model, emphasizing on the ...

2012

A mathematical model for the Dynamics of Economic Profit is constructed by proposing a characteristic differential oneform for this dynamics (analogous to the action in Hamiltonian dynamics). After processing this form with exterior calculus, a pair of characteristic differential equations is generated and solved for the rate of change of profit P as a function of revenue R (t) and cost C (t). ...

Journal: :CoRR 2015
Martin Spanknebel, Klaus Pawelzik,

When playing games human decision behaviour is often found to be diverse. For instance, in repeated prisoner dilemma games humans exhibit broad distributions of cooperativity and on average do not optimize their mean payoff. Deviations from optimal behaviour have been attributed to auxiliary causes including randomness of decisions, mis-estimations of probabilities, accessory objectives, or emo...

2011
Eugenio Magistretti,

! ̇ N (t) = aN(t)(1" bN(t)) accounts for resource effects on population growth N(t). Historically, such models were highly simplified in order to obtain linear approximations that permitted their study. However, especially in the twentieth century the advances in mathematics and computer simulation (and visualization) have permitted to return to the study of the original complex models (and devi...

1998
John M Anderies,

In this thesis several models are developed and analyzed in an attempt to better un derstand the interaction of culture economic structure and the dynamics of human ecological economic systems Speci cally how does the ability of humans to change their individual behavior quickly and easily in response to changing environmental conditions behavioral plasticity alter the dynamics of human ecologi...

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