By Wei-Bin Zhang
Over greater than centuries the advance of financial conception has created a wide range of other theories, techniques and effects. however, there isn't any basic idea, which mrifies those assorted theories right into a complete one. Economics has been break up among partial and conflicting representations of the functioning of marketplace economies. we've a suite of separate theories similar to the Marxian economics, the Keynesian economics, the overall equilibrium thought, and the neoclassical progress thought. those assorted monetary theories have co-existed yet no longer in a dependent dating with one another. monetary scholars are informed to appreciate fiscal phenomena by way of severally incompatible theories one after the other within the similar path. because the finish of moment Wodd battle many crises in monetary conception were introduced. The economist skilled the situation of the overall equilibrium economics, the concern of the neoclassical development economics, the problem of the Keynesian economics, let alone the crises of the Marxian economics. it really is rather average to anticipate the lack of self assurance in theoretical economics even between specialist economists after such a lot of crises in a truly brief time period. yet a problem deals new opportmrities for switch, both for larger or for worse. The previous crises in theoretical economics should be perceived as a historic opportmrity to build a common fiscal idea in which the conventional theories are built-in right into a larger whole.
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8) is used and A == k) / k2 . l 0) are used. e. l2) N j < N, j = 1,2 . l . l4) We thus solve represent kJ A as a unique function of N J and N 2 . 9), we have N J and N 2 . 1S) We have thus solved solve By k t and k2 as unique functions of Nt and N 2 . A. 16) Nt and N2 as functions of N. 17), A and single variable lemma. k2 are unique functions of N. 17) includes a N . 1. 2 be satisfied. 12) are satisfied, the dynamic system has equilibria. 12). 5). lj' C j and 3 Regional Growth with Endogenous Time Distribution Various models were proposed to explain why regions trade and how interregional trade patterns are determined.
To simplify the discussion, we specify land revenue as follows. We assume that each worker owns L) / N amount of land in region 1 and L2 / N in 2 and it is impossible to sell land but it is free to rent one's own land to others. 3) This assumption implies that each worker receives the land revenue, R o ' irrespective of whether the worker's dwelling site is located in region 1 or region 2. If we denote kj(t) capital stocks owned by per capita in region j, the interest payment per capita is given by r(t)kj(t).
1, 2 . 6) 46 1 dR. Rj 1 dF. 1 dK. d~ = Fj d~ = K j di 1 dk. = k j d~ + 1 dN. N j di' j = 1, 2. 5 Concluding Remarks This chapter proposed a two-regional model with endogenous savings, consumption, time allocation. We built the regional model to explain endogenous accumulation of capital and interregional distribution of capital in a perfectly competitive economy. We showed how the regional differences in human capital levels and preferences for consumption, time allocation and wealth accumulation determine the regional trade patterns and regional differences in living conditions.
A Theory of Interregional Dynamics: Models of Capital, Knowledge and Economic Structures by Wei-Bin Zhang