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Capital Destruction, Optimal Defense and Economic Growth

Daniel
Mejía
Carlos Esteban
Posada
Lunes, 1 Septiembre 2003

The effects of capital destruction are endogenized in a neoclassical growth model where the economy can optimally allocate part of its labor force to defend capital from being destroyed. The purpose is to explain the optimal allocation of the labor force