S. Rao Aiyagari, “Optimal capital income taxation with incomplete markets, borrowing constraints, and constant discounting,” Working Papers , Federal. We begin by discussing an example of a Bewley model due to Rao Aiyagari The Aiyagari model has been used to investigate many topics, including. S. Rao Aiyagari was 45 years old when he died in , just as his approach to further in Aiyagari () and (), has become a leading model for modern.
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