A Theory of Interregional Dynamics: Models of Capital, by Wei-Bin Zhang

By Wei-Bin Zhang

Over greater than centuries the improvement of monetary conception has created a big selection of alternative theories, suggestions and effects. however, there's no basic thought, which mrifies those different theories right into a accomplished one. Economics has been break up among partial and conflicting representations of the functioning of industry economies. we've got a suite of separate theories akin to the Marxian economics, the Keynesian economics, the overall equilibrium conception, and the neoclassical development thought. those varied monetary theories have co-existed yet no longer in a established courting with one another. fiscal scholars are informed to appreciate fiscal phenomena by means of severally incompatible theories one after the other within the related path. because the finish of moment Wodd conflict many crises in financial concept were introduced. The economist skilled the challenge of the overall equilibrium economics, the difficulty of the neoclassical development economics, the predicament of the Keynesian economics, let alone the crises of the Marxian economics. it really is fairly moderate to anticipate the lack of self assurance in theoretical economics even between expert economists after such a lot of crises in a really brief time period. yet a challenge deals new opportmrities for swap, both for greater or for worse. The previous crises in theoretical economics will be perceived as a historic opportmrity to build a normal financial idea wherein the normal theories are built-in right into a greater whole.

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15) It is shown that the function, - ~ (z AO2 <1> = 1)2 - (z - 1)0''7/ A02 (1 + AXz '7 at ANlu ' (1 + zAXz - 1) <1>* == = ~ (z AO2 1) 1) + 1 ' at AA1J U = z, ~~ = vAA1J u (z - 1) + vA02AA1Ju- 1(1 + A) _ Z~2 + A02AA1J u > {av '7 A02 (z -1) + v + av _ A02 }(z -1) '7 '7 + VA02, for z > AA1J > ~(z -1)+ 1. 14) if <1> < 0 at AA1J = (z - 1)a / A02 + 1. 16), we see that <1> < 0 at AA1J = (z - 1)a / A02 + 1 is held if ~ + AOk > (z - l)a'7/ Aj302 .

15) We have thus built the model. The system has 35 variables, Nj' Kj' Fj' Sj ' kj ' lj' rand Ro. T;j,T;~, T2j,T2~' Yj' U j , w1j ' w 2j ' R j (j=1,2), cj , K, We now examine conditions for the existence of equilibria of the dynamic system. 2 Equilibrium Structure of Regional Competition This section is concerned with the existence of economic equilibria. 10) yields (Jlkj h I;jwlj Sj =~' = 0kkj h T2jWj (J2kj 17k. =-J, J J A J A' j = 1, 2. 4), we get N j* + K z = K. 1), r = aF; / KI = aFz / K z = VIs: 1/ f3K j' ] .

It is direct to check: o. 7), we a- r > o. Summarizing the above discussion, we obtain the following lemma. 1. 2 are satisfied, then the economic system has a unique equilibrium. 10) ~ r kj by(2 . 5). 2. 8) as functions of k) (t) and k2 (t) at any point of time. This further requires that we have to express all the variables as functions of k) (t) and k2 (t) at any point of time. Since it is difficult to do this, we omit the issue. 3 Changes in Region 1 's Working Efficiency This section examines effects of changes in region 1's working efficiency on the equilibrium structure.

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