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classical growth models

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    эк. классические теории экономического роста (представления об экономическом росте в классической политической экономии; строго говоря, моделей в буквальном смысле слова в работах классиков обнаружить невозможно, если не считать теорию народонаселения Т. Мальтуса и теорию накопления К. Маркса; большинство классических экономистов интересовали проблемы экономического роста и причины "богатства народов", но этот интерес выражался в вербальном анализе факторов роста; в теориях Мальтуса и Рикардо экономический рост не приводил к хорошим результатам, так заработная плата рабочих снижалась до прожиточного минимума, а прибыль капиталистов исчезала совсем, за что, как иногда считается, классическая экономическая наука получила название "мрачной")
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