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Innovation, capital accumulation and economic transition

Christian Keuschnigg

Innovation, capital accumulation and economic transition

by Christian Keuschnigg

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Published by Institut für Höhere Studien/Institute for Advanced Studies in Vienna .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Europe, Eastern -- Economic conditions -- 1989-

  • Edition Notes

    StatementChristian Keuschnigg, Wilhelm Kohler.
    SeriesInstitut für Höhere Studien -- no.33, May 1996, Institute for Advanced Studies -- no.33, May 1996
    ContributionsKohler, Wilhelm., Institut für Höhere Studien und Wissenschaftliche Forschung.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination48p. :
    Number of Pages48
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17202375M

    A specialist in applied econometrics, labor economics, and the Chinese economy, he has authored numerous journal articles, book chapters, and technical reports. His research focuses on human capital related issues, from human capital measurement, accumulation to its labor market effects. •Innovation has peculiar properties that distinguish it from capital accumulation. • E.g., an idea can be used by many firms simultaneously (where a machine cannot). •The conclusion of this lecture will explore these peculiar properties and their implications for the future of economic growth in more detail.

    Summarizing the evidence, capital accumulation accounted for percentage points of the % growth in output per worker from with TFP accounting for percentage points. Since the. spurs economic growth because it increases the stock of capital goods, provides more powerful means of production, and increases labor productivity. The accumulation of additional capital is a necessary condition for sustainable economic growth.

    Problems in Measuring Capital, and the Tyranny of Numbers Accounting versus Causation Capital Accumulation and Innovation The Basics Innovation and Growth Steady-State Capital and Growth Implications for File Size: 2MB. Study Chapter 8: Growth, Capital Accumulation, and the Economics of Ideas: Cathcing up vs the Cutting Edge flashcards from Andrew Leonard's Rutgers class online, or in Brainscape's iPhone or Android app. Learn faster with spaced repetition.


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Innovation, capital accumulation and economic transition by Christian Keuschnigg Download PDF EPUB FB2

Human capital remains finite in the long-run but depends endegenously on education and is an important determinant of the innovation rate. Transition is modelled as one of the two regions starting. Downloadable. This paper explores some links between trade, human capital investment and innovation-based growth in the context of Eastern European economies in transition.

Specifically, we calibrate a two region model with trade in differentiated high-tech products and a homogeneous traditional commodity. Human capital, or the quality of the skilled labour force, as well as physical capital. ECONOMIC GROWTH AND CAPITAL ACCUMULATION Suppose the economy is at (2), and that a thrift campaign sud- denly raises the saving ratio from 5 per cent to 10 per growth line of output shifts from y2 to per head begins to improve (as shown by the height of y~ above n near (2)), and the wage rate rises in the same proportion.

The model features two engines of long-run economic growth: R&D-based innovation and human capital accumulation. One novelty of this study is endogenous fertility, which negatively affects the. Economic Growth I: Capital Accumulation and Population Growth The question of growth is nothing new but a new disguise for an age-old issue, one which has always intrigued and preoccupied economics: the present versus the future.

—James Tobin CHAPTER 7 I f you have ever spoken with your grandparents about what their lives were likeFile Size: KB. The effect of human capital on growth involves multiple channels. On the one hand, an increase in human capital directly affects economic growth by enhancing labor productivity in production.

On the other hand, human capital is an important input into R&D and therefore increases labor productivity indirectly by accelerating technological by: The Role of Capital Accumulation in Growth Process/ Theories of Economic Growth Capital accumulation refers to the investment of money or a financial asset for the purpose of making more money (whether in the form of profit, rent, interest, royalties, capital gain or some other kind of return).File Size: KB.

Innovation economics is a growing economic theory that emphasizes entrepreneurship and his book Capitalism, Socialism and Democracy, economist Joseph Schumpeter introduced the notion of an innovation economy.

He argued that evolving institutions, entrepreneurs and technological changes were at the heart of economic growth. role of government (capital accumulation.

In this context, It appear’; useful to assess the degree to whtch the contnbutlon of In- vestment to growth In the United States IS consistent wI th the neoc assical model and, thus, the traclitional view of economic pol- Size: 1MB. Downloadable. This paper provides theoretical foundations to the contemporaneous increase in computer usage, human capital and multi-tasking observed in many OECD countries during the s.

The links between work organization, technology and human capital is modelled by establishing the conditions under which firms allocate the workers’ time among several productive tasks.

If α + β + 1, then clearly capital accumulation per se has no impact on growth rate; we are back to the traditional exogenous growth model. However, if α + β > 1 then clearly an increase in capital accumulation will increase growth in the very long run and the economy will not be subject to the iron law of diminishing returns.

In this case, capital is ‘superproductive’ and can increase Author: Anca M. Voicu, Somnath Sen, Inmaculada Martinez-Zarzoso. Demographic Transition, Human Capital Accumulation and Economic Growth: Some Evidence from Cross-Country and Korean Microdata Chin Hee Hahn, Chang-Gyun Park Chapter in NBER book The Economic Consequences of Demographic Change in East Asia (), Takatoshi Ito and Andrew Rose, editors (p.

93 - ) Conference held JuneAuthor: Chin Hee Hahn, Chang-Gyun Park. Confirming the shortage of theoretical literature on the links between social capital, innovation and economic growth, Sequeira and Ferreira-Lopes () introduce the first endogenous growth model including R&D, human capital and social capital, which carries a positive relationship between social capital and R&D by: this book, for instanc e, compared to the innovation paradox view, is that it considers economic catch-up not only a matter of building capabilities but also a matter of choice or specialization.

The transition from craft to mass production methods is a natural and normal part of the innovation process under capitalism. The accumulation of capital.

“A growing demand for labour power accompanies accumulation if the composition of capital remains the same.” (p) Of course the accumulation of capital does not usually leave.

Economic growth can be defined as the increase in the inflation-adjusted market value of the goods and services produced by an economy over time. It is conventionally measured as the percent rate of increase in real gross domestic product, or real GDP. Growth is usually calculated in real terms - i.e., inflation-adjusted terms – to eliminate the distorting effect of inflation on the price.

Cai Fang is a demographer and economist, currently director of the Institute of Population and Labour Economics, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences (CASS). He is a member of the Standing Committee of the National People’s Congress (since ) and author of many books and research articles on China’s demographic transition and the reality of its growth : Sandra Poncet.

Downloadable. Employing an overlapping-generations model of R&D-based growth with endogenous fertil- ity, mortality, and education choice, we examine how demographic changes and human capital accumulation influence R&D activity.

We show that multiple steady states can exist in this economy. One steady state has a high level of human capital and the other has a low : Kohei Okada. Transition Economies will aid students, researchers and policy makers working on the problems of comparative economics, economic development, economic history, economic systems transition, international political economy, as well as specialists in post-Soviet and.

The book is the outcome of a joint research project between economists at the National School of Development, capital accumulation and technological progress.

economic transition, China. Lee R, Mason A, et al. From transfers to individual responsibility: Implications for savings and capital accumulation in Taiwan and the United States. Scandinavian Journal of Economics. ; (3)– doi: /t Mankiw G, Romer D, et al. A contribution to the empirics of economic by: The role of productivity and innovation in China’s economic growth is fiercely debated among economists.¹ With the economy currently progressing through the middle-income stages, China is forced to confront difficult areas of restructuring, and this has intensified that debate.This article is a literature review on institutional environment and technology innovation.

The author discusses the origin and classification of the institutional environment, has a through understanding of the institutional environment, and examines studies about institutional environment and technology innovation from different perspectives to reach some constructive suggestions to better Author: Zhuoyan Du.