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Income distribution : an Edward Elgar Research Review

Author: Michael Sattinger
Publisher: Cheltenham, UK : Edward Elgar Publishing Limited, c. 2016.
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This review provides background to the current discussion on income inequality by explaining the historical development of the principles and questions of distributional analysis. Essential components of this background include measurement and description, explanations for the shape of the distributions of earnings and income, dynamics of income distribution, the upper tail as generated by hierarchies and  Read more...
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ISBN: 9781785360831 1785360833
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Notes: For a full list of recommended readings, please see table of contents online. The recommended readings are available in the print version, or may be available via the link to your library's holdings.
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This review provides background to the current discussion on income inequality by explaining the historical development of the principles and questions of distributional analysis. Essential components of this background include measurement and description, explanations for the shape of the distributions of earnings and income, dynamics of income distribution, the upper tail as generated by hierarchies and organizations, determinants of individual incomes, the role of jobs and industries, non-market processes, non-labour incomes and factor shares, and policies.

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