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"Samuelson's earlier proposition that heterogenous capital could be treated as a single capital good, homogeneous with the consumption good, through a "surrogate production function" turned out to be mistaken." Contra mainstream theory? Mistaken how?

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"However recent economic research has invalidated that theory, since Solow did not properly consider changes in both investment and labor inputs."

No. 85.40.209.178 (talk) 16:23, 1 May 2013 (UTC)

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