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Authors:Ivan Vujačić, Jelica Petrović-Vujačić, Svetozar Tanasković, and Marko Miljković
countries. This has led to a significant convergence of GDP per capita, as a general measure of standard of living, bringing lower income countries closer to their richer neighbours ( Gill–Raiser 2012 : 4). It should therefore not come as a surprise that as
Authors:Mirjana Gligorić Matić, Biljana Jovanović Gavrilović, and Nenad Stanišić
analyse prosperity convergence through a comprehensive, multidimensional LPI indicator. That represents a step forward from existing research of the sort, based on the indicators that do not fully reflect the complex nature of modern development and
The aim of this article is to give some property of continued fraction with matrices arguments, about their convergence and
others applications. At the end of this work, we present a resolution of the Algebraic Riccati Equation by giving an explicit
continued fraction development of its solution.
The paper aims to develop a model of nonlinear economic growth — with simple assumptions — which explains both Japan’s
-shape convergence path and the UK’s declining path toward the US between 1870–2000, and the development of other countries, as well as post-war reconstruction. According to the model, progress in stock of knowledge is formed by a quadratic formula of the relative development of follower countries.The model draws on four recent theories. Firstly, Romer’s theory, which approaches a country’s level of development by using the number of its products (Romer 1990), secondly, Jones’ idea theory with a slight modification (Jones 2004), third, the theory of quality of institutions, which determines economic performance (North 1993), and finally, the theory of physical and human capital. The first part of the paper sets up the production function, the second determines the growth rate and analyses the reconstruction path, while the third draws up model forecasts.
Topological sequential spaces are the fixed points of a Galois correspondence between collections of open sets and sequential
convergence structures. The same procedure can be followed replacing open sets by other topological concepts, such as closure
operators or (ultra)filter convergences. The fixed points of these other Galois correspondences are not topological spaces
in general, but they can be embedded into the larger topological classes of pretopological, pseudotopological and convergence
In this paper, we characterize the sequential convergences which are fixed points of these correspondences as well as their
restrictions to topological spaces.