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Forecasting the price level, income distribution, and economic growth.
|LC Classifications||HB3730 .W37 1959|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 123 p.|
|Number of Pages||123|
|LC Control Number||59011844|
Low-income countries’ growth will rise to percent in , accelerating to percent in , as metal and mineral prices strengthen. Shanta Devarajan Professor of Author: Shanta Devarajan. relationship between price levels and mean income—the static Penn effect that is used to deal with the cross-sectional missing data—also holds over time then this could be exploited in the Balassa (), Rogoff (), World Bank (), and File Size: KB.
Income Distribution and Macroeconomics using measures of inequality at the country-level, dating as far back as the s, and the s, and data for . Downloadable! The paper proposes a model that explains cross-country growth divergences over time for different aspects of structural change. The model formalises the links between production technology, firm organisation (functional composition of employment) on the supply side and the endogenous evolution of income distribution and consumption patterns on the demand side.
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Forecasting the price level, income distribution, and economic growth. Philadelphia, Chilton Co., Book Division  (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Sidney Weintraub. Condition: Good. [1st ed.]. Unknown Binding [1st ed.] illus. Former Library book.
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We can think in terms of multiple inequality measures, shares of different deciles or quintiles, multiple poverty measures, absolute vs. relative poverty lines, etc. For instance, there are at least two close weightedFile Size: KB.
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