Internalizing Fertility And Education Externalities On Capital Returns

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Julio Dávila Professor of Economics Nazarbayev University

Internalizing Fertility and Education Externalities on Capital Returns, Economic Theory 66(2), 343-373 (2018): Shows how households inability to internalize the aggregate impact of their fertility and education decisions on the return to savings through the quantity-quality mix of future labor force leads to an inefficient

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OPTIMAL HUMAN CAPITAL BEQUEATHING Julio Davila

labor income at the expense of a lump-sum tax on saving returns. Key words and phrases. Endogenous fertility, human capital, externalities, savings, overlapping generations. The author gratefully thanks funding from a the Belgian FNRS PDR T.0044.13 Research Project. Typeset by AMS-TEX 1