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What are the key assumptions of the Lewis model that give rise to its conclusions? How would the theory’s conclusions differ if these assumptions do not hold?13.Explain how the government can help the economy avoid a coordination failure.14.As per the Hausmann-Rodrik-Velasco Growth Diagnostic growth diagnostic framework, briefly discuss three possible causes of low private sector investments which is a constraint toeconomic growth and development 15.What are the most important characteristics that have shaped Brazil’s economic and social progress during the last three decades?16.The level and growth rate of real GDP per capita can be a misleading indicator of development. At the same time, countries that experience sustained increases in real GDP percapita over time will tend to be more developed. Briefly comment on this statement.17.Explain how relatively high wages in the modern sector, as compared to the traditional sector, can lead to a coordination failure.18.Comment on the following statement: The level and growth rate of real GDP per capita can be a misleading indicator of development. At the same time, countries that experience sustained increases in real GDP per capita over time will tend to be more developed.19.Are living standards in developed and developing countries converging? Give evidence to support your answer.
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