One of the mocks says - Country A is a developing nation with the highest α (share of capital in GDP) among all the
countries. A high value of α indicates that the next unit of capital added will increase output
almost as much as the previous unit of capital. Developing nations with a high α are more likely
to benefit from capital deepening, which should result in an increase in productivity (at least in
the short term).
Don’t you benefit more when α is actually lower?