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This is a set of answers to a take-home examination. The primary issues have to do with the concept of economic growth. The model underlying the analysis is that of Robert Solow, an economist and winner of the Nobel Prize for economics who has developed a growth model in which the most critical feature is the infusion of technology. The paper explains how Solow contends that neither increases in labor efficiency nor capital are enough without the infusion of capital to allow for sustained economic growth. Subordinate questions in this test include questions about calculation of real versus nominal growth in a GDP, calculation of inflation rate, and a discussion of the reliability of government issued bonds as an investment.
From the Paper:"How can we see if a country is improving its economical situation over time. What observable factors would be most relevant. In order to see if the economic situation of a country is improving over time, we would have to weigh a series of factors, most notably the Gross Domestic Product, the Gross National Product, population growth, and the rate of inflation. The Gross Domestic Product (GDP) is the total value of all goods and service produced within a national economic unit. The Gross National..."
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