Neo-classical synthesis does not answer this question, it, and this will soon become very important, is a static equilibrium (AS=AD) model at full employment, and argues that the real wage has to fall to increase employment, meaning that there is exactly the assumed contradiction between growth and allocative efficiency spoken of. Supply-Side economics, as can be inferred from my question, ignores neo-classical efficiency (that was my point) it is true that ultimately a "balance" between allocative, and "growth" incentives efficiency, maximizing total societal welfare has to be reached. But the first step is that Orthodox economics acknowledge its contradiction. Beyond this, the trick is estimating values to reach this balance. There is certainly a lot of AI to help us do that at this point. However, it will be necessary to dump ordinal utility for estimated cardinal utility--as Milton Friedman's (this paper is, ironically, what happened to Microeconomics on the way to the forum, BTW) "The Methodology of Positive Economics" would suggest that we do.