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The same assumptions were used in two-sector, open economy versions of this model, such as Smith (1977). Ultimately, interest in the profession has turned to models that instead allow for an endogenous rate of technological innovation, and we shall outline one of these models, taken from Grossman and Helpman (1990; 1991, chapters 3, 8 and 9). Many of the endogenous growth models build upon the monopolistic competition framework we introduced in chapter 5, but rather than thinking of differentiated final products, we instead consider differentiated intermediate inputs.
It is why Rousseau advocated a single unifying civil religion to which all citizens must belong.