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By Associate Prof. Wei-Bin Zhang Ph. D. (auth.)

The idea of financial improvement is a department of monetary dynamics. Any dialogue of the idea needs to contain dynamics although now not all dynamic difficulties are unavoidably concerning fiscal improvement. The theory's fundamental locus is upon the good paths of financial variables. desk bound states, which were the most situation of modem financial improvement thought, are literally unique situations of monetary dynamics. during this learn, we recommend an fiscal improvement idea in the framework of input-output structures and neoclassical economics. No political difficulties can be handled, even though this doesn't suggest that questions similar to why Japan had a better development cost than China long ago are usually not very important. equally, instead of facing the mental and institutional points of in financial improvement methods we simply recommend methods (or equipment, as Hicks may name them) for interpreting what determines fiscal improvement from the perspective of "pure" economics. Our major contribution to fiscal development conception is that we examine a number of nonlinear dynamic phenomena equivalent to bifurcations and fiscal cycles. We emphasize that oscillations and structural adjustments should not infrequent yet common in a innovative economic climate. No financial system will be stabilized endlessly if switch is permitted.

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Not only are new technologies introduced, the institutions are also being changed. If, in some sense, productivity is only improved due to institutional changes we can overcome the difficulty in the following way. Let us assume the existence of a potential production function, F(K,L), as described above. This function is determined by the condition that the whole social system functions "effectively" under existing levels of knowledge, the labor force and capital. Here, "effectively" means that the "potential" maximal output is obtained under the given social structure.

Hence, we find that per capita consumption is maximized at 8,. = ho. We have provided a simple example to show the effects of distribution on economic development. A comprehensive study of the relations between distribution and economic growth can be found in Marglin (1984). 5. The Two Sector Models The one sector models in the preceding sections assume a homogeneous output. This implies that output can be transformed without cost into either consumption goods or capital goods. To overcome this unrealistic assumption, this section will consider a two sector growth model.

Without the recent development of catastrophe theory, singularity theory, bifurcation theory, chaos theory and computer science, scientists could hardly satisfactorily explain complicated dynamic behavior such as regular and irregular oscillations. This book will apply nonlinear dynamic theory to explore nonlinear phenomena in economic evolution. II GROWTH THEORY REVISED . FROM QUANTITATIVE ASPECT There are two types of indicators of economic development. One is related to real variables such as goods, the population and the labour force.

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