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The primal initial model , the dual initial model , and the estimated expansion equations can be read directly from the tableau. 26) The interpretation of the primal results is straightforward. The parameter a1 of the initial model specifies the change in rate of development associated with a unit increase in the rate of population growth. Consequently a1 represents the ‘effect’ of population growth on the rate of development. 22) shows that the a1(y) function is a parabola with a maximum at y=ln (801), and with negative values throughout the range of y spanned by the data.
However, the capital-to-output ratio tends to be low for less developed countries and increases with development. As a country develops, its increasingly large ability to generate savings and its decreasing capital-to-output ratio concur to produce a phase of accelerating economic growth. Then, in the more developed countries, capital formation may tend to be reduced by a growing preference for leisure, and also savings may be increasingly diverted toward consumption and welfare expenditures. These tendencies would of course be associated with a deceleration of economic growth.
It does not suggest that we revert to a Passargian search which makes sense of contexts by mapping them one at a time. Instead, context is always fundamentally keyed to theory, to process, and to substantively important questions. This has rather dire consequences for research undertaken in some quarters of the social sciences. It means, for example, that we can no longer treat social science models as expressions of universals, but instead must treat them as mathematical or descriptive portraits of empirical regularities or of subsystems which, if the last twenty years of its use are an indication (see Chapter 2), vary quite frequently across contexts.