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Multiple Interior Steady States in the Ramsey Model with Elastic Labor Supply

Takashi Kamihigashi

No DP2014-11, Discussion Paper Series from Research Institute for Economics & Business Administration, Kobe University

Abstract: In this paper we show that multiple interior steady states are possible in the Ramsey model with elastic labor supply. In particular we establish the following three results: (i) for any discount factor and production function, there is a utility function such that a continuum of interior steady states exist; (ii) the number of interior steady states can also be any nite number; and (iii) for any discount factor and production function, there is a utility function such that there is no interior steady state. Some numerical examples are provided.

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Date: 2014-11
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