The neoclassical school only believed savings can influence growth in the short run. To get long run growth you need technological advancement (also called Total Factor Productivity). This is due to having diminishing marginal returns to capital so as savings increase, so does capital but the incremental output becomes smaller and smaller until there is no further increase in output ie no growth.

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