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Beyond the Linearity Critique: The Knife-edge Assumption of Steady-state Growth

Bibliographic reference Growiec, Jakub Marek. Beyond the Linearity Critique: The Knife-edge Assumption of Steady-state Growth. In: Economic Theory, Vol. 31, no. 3, p. 489-499 (Juin 2007)
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