Harrod-Domar growth model

Definition

Economics

  • noun a theoretical growth model which examines the problems of growth in an economy when a fixed capital output ratio is seen together with a fixed propensity to save. There are three elements: warranted growth, which firms believe will occur without any extra investment; natural growth, which comes from a growth in the labour force; and actual growth, which is the final actual result.
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