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Description: Income Distribution was written primarily as a textbook intended for undergraduate economics majors. The material, however, is treated with sufficient rigor to meet the needs of first year graduate students also. The book may also serve the needs of sociologists and political scientists who are primarily interested in the related social justice topics of income inequality and poverty. Each chapter is logically connected with the preceding chapters, providing a general overview of income distribution and its applications.
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List price: $54.00
Copyright year: 2006
Publisher: Oxford University Press, Incorporated
Publication date: 2/2/2006
Size: 6.75" wide x 9.75" long x 1.00" tall
|The income concept|
|The income density function|
|Goodness of fit|
|Alternative income density models|
|Income distribution summary measures|
|Economic development and income distribution|
|Growth and poverty in a globalizing world|
|Redistribution of income|
|Integrating macroeconomic models with income distribution models|
|Quintiles shares and upper decile share of income - per capita income given in 1990 U.S. dollars|
|United States : historical shares of income by quintile of household|