The Solow Model 3 – Taking the Model to Data

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The Solow model is consistent with some aspects of the data on growth but not with other aspects. What do we learn from the consistencies and the inconsistencies?

The Solow model is consistent with some aspects of the data on growth but not with other aspects. What do we learn from the consistencies and the inconsistencies?

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The comparison is between two isolated autarkic countries. No free movement of labour between countries.

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The total number of legal immigrants immigrating to the US each year is more than the rest of the world combined.

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Yes, if you are looking to see how much of a difference savings rate could make, then you control for the other factors. What the analysis shows is that the savings rate contribution depends on alpha. We can extract real-world alpha examples and these do not appear to allow sufficient flexibility for savings rates to be the majority contributor to the observed real-world differences in GDP per capita. Hence the assumption (or the model) must be incorrect.

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