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The investment costs consist only of forgone earnings. 6 Suppose that this inequality indeed holds and that the distribution of earnings is fairly compact, that is, y~ ˆ w0…1 À –† ‡ Y …2X8† where  b 0 is suf®ciently small. It follows that regardless of the level of investment in human capital, individuals who inherit land ®nd it bene®cial to utilize the traditional technology and to produce y~ units of output which is subsequently consumed. Thus second period consumption of an individual of generation t, c2t , is & w0…1 À –† with probability 21- t c2 ˆ …2X9† y~ with probability 2.

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Thus c3t ˆ y~. Individuals allocate their ®rst-period endowment of labor between work and investment in human capital so as to maximize their expected utility from consumption. 10) is interior 6 The qualitative nature of the analysis will not be affected if the land can be rented as long as y~ b w0…1 À –† + land rent, namely, as long as the owner of the land is significantly more productive than potential renters in cultivating the land. Rosenzweig and Wolpin (1985) provide strong evidence that such productivity differentials do exist.

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