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The distribution of capital and source of revenue regularly and its re lation to wealth and fiscal development particularly have attrac ted economists' curiosity for a very long time already. specifically the, at the least partly, conflicting nature of the 2 politi cal targets, specifically to acquire considerably huge financial development and a "just" source of revenue distribution while, has triggered the subject to develop into an issue of political discussions. because of those discussions, quite a few types of staff' participation within the gains of transforming into economies were built. To a minor quantity and with relatively varied luck, a few were applied in perform. it truly is some distance past the scope of this paintings to stipulate a lot of these techniques from the earlier centuries and, specifically, the prior many years. In fiscal idea many authors, for example Kaldor , Krelle , , Pasinetti , Samuelson and Modigli ani , to call yet a couple of, have analyzed the long term eco nomic implications of staff' saving and funding. whereas so much of this huge literature is extremely attention-grabbing, it suffers from the truth that it doesn't explicitly contemplate both employees' or capitalists' targets and hence neglects their affects on fiscal progress. therefore, within the framework of a neo-classical version, those targets and their affects could be emphasised here.
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F t = f, w d it = i, mt = m, u t = u, It = 1, at = at = a, and d t = d. For this case, we obtain the same result as in the preceding section, namely: If the functions and parameters are constant in time, are both, then so the optimal per capita capital stock from period 1 through T-l and the optimal wage rate from period 1 through T-2. e. proportional to the increase of labor. Also, the corresponding investment ratio is constant in time from period 2 through T-l. 25) by f' (k*)/[(i+m)/u] = 1.
41 (iii) Surprisingly enough, the workers' propensity to save does not affect marginal productivity of the optimal capital stocks. This result checks with the one from Hoel [1975, p. 44], who also derived, in a somewhat different model framework with functions and parameters constant in time, that the marginal productivity does not depend on the workers' saving rate. • ,T. +mt -,] If, again, both marginal utilities and the differences between the investment/saving rates are equal in consecutive periods t-1 and t, we obtain t = 2 , •• ,T.
13) k~ 1, •. • ,T. 15 Remarks ceteris paribus it holds: (i) For larger values of the time preference rate it' the depreciation rate mt + 1 , or both, the optimal per capita capital stock k~ must be smaller because the marginal productivity is larger. 14) the optimal investment rate u~ is also smaller in this case. (ii) The optimal investment rate u~ is larger, however, for larger values of i t - 1 , mt , or both. Notice, in this case 53 all the terms (1-m t ), k~_1' and ft(k~_1) are smaller. w (iii) For larger values of the workers' saving rates at and a~ the capitalists' optimal investment rate u~ is smaller.