Balanced Growth

Balanced Growth

A situation in which capital intensity in an economy remains the same while other factors like GDP and productivity increase.
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The econometrics literature normally--but not always--filters the data so as to achieve stationarity for estimation and inference without regard to the underlying theory's balanced growth assumption.
With balanced growth in the commercial / industrial and institution sectors, strong construction activity is projected in office buildings, hotels and health care facilities.
Under the gold standard," Alan Greenspan wrote in Ayn Rand's 1966 book Capitalism: The Unknown Ideal, "a free banking system stands as the protector of an economy's stability and balanced growth.
In addition to descriptive findings, Sunbelt/Frostbelt also proposes recommendations to policymakers and corporate stakeholders that would result in a more balanced growth in their respective cities and regions.
Ultimately, increased trade will contribute to new jobs and that will help to overcome the greatest obstacle to balanced growth in private sector consumption in both nations: poor distribution of wealth.
The Midas Balanced Growth Fund was rated number one in the tables of balanced funds for the last three and six months, and number two for the year to date witha14.
IN EITHER DIRECTION, WE WON'T GET THE BALANCED GROWTH THAT WE WANT.
RPM experienced balanced growth between its two operating segments, with the industrial business segment reporting an increase of one percent over last year's first quarter results, and the consumer business segment reporting an increase of more than two percent over the same period last year, according to the company.
It focused on 'tackling regional inequalities and achieving balanced growth across the United Kingdom'.
The International Natural Rubber Organizations' (INRO) main objective is, "To achieve a balanced growth between the supply of and the demand for natural rubber.
In keeping with the requirements of the Full Employment and Balanced Growth Act of 1978 (the Humphrey-Hawkins Act), the Committee at this meeting reviewed the ranges for growth of the monetary and debt aggregates that it had established in February for 1997, and it decided on tentative ranges for those aggregates for 1998.
Wachovia has serviced HE/HELOC and prime loans for more than 20 years and has a history of balanced growth as demonstrated by the 55% increase in its portfolio between 2003 and 2006.

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