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Income distribution theory. (reprint, 1971).


Income distribution theory. (reprint, 1971)

Bronfenbrenner, Martin.



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The late economist Bronfenbrenner published this work in 1971 as a defense and extension of neoclassical income distribution theory against "ultra-Keynesians" who wished to discard marginalism and the production function and insisted on the primacy of output markets in the determination of distribution. After introductory materials on distributional ideology and distributional statistics, he presents both the macroeconomic and microeconomic theory of distribution. He also offers his (skeptical) views on income distribution policies.

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