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The Solow growth model postulates that growth is a function of savings, population/labour and technological progress

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The Solow growth model postulates that growth is a function of savings, population/labour and technological progress. However, savings only lead to a steady state level in so far as growth is concerned. For continued effects on the standard of living, technological progress has to be introduced into the model. Given technology, growth becomes capable of continuously improving living conditions. This “conclusion” to the theory of growth advanced by the Solow model is in some cases used to demonstrate or argue against what is considered the fallacy or shortcomings in the predictions of Marxian Economics (Karl Marx’s prediction of economic growth and the predicted eventual collapse of the capitalist system). Marxian Economics revolves around the following: Commodities and Classes Marx’s Labour Theory of Value Surplus and Exploitation Marx’s labour Theory of Value: A Summary Judgment Marx’s Analysis of Capitalism The Reverse Army of the Unemployed Falling Rate of Profit The Origin of Business Crises Cyclically Recurring Discuss the key tenets of the Solow model drawing on examples discussed in class or elsewhere and critically evaluate the assertion that Marxian economics was erroneous in its perceived expectation of the collapse of the capitalist system and that growth has continued unabated.

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