|Question||The amount of education the typical person receives varies substantially among countries. Suppose you were to compare a country with a highly educated labour force and a country with a less educated labour force. Assume that education affects only the level of the ef?ciency of labour. Also assume that the countries are otherwise the same: they have the same saving rate, the same depreciation rate, the same population growth rate, and the same rate of technological progress. Both countries are described by the Solow model and are in their steady states. What would you predict for the following variables?
a. The rate of growth of total income.
b. The level of income per worker.
c. The real rental price of capital.
d. The real wage.