Prezzi e distribuzione del reddito: una nota
AbstractAfter a brief critical evaluation of the main non-mainstream lines of analysis of income distribution (Kaldor’s and related models connecting income distribution to growth, Sraffa’s "Keynesian" suggestion of a link between the interest rate and the rate of profits, the "Kaleckian" degree of monopoly), the paper suggests to deal with income distribution not by looking for the determination of an equilibrium point on the wage-profit frontier, but as a dynamic-evolutionary process. Sylos Labini’s contribution is illustrated as an example of this approach, and a scheme for co-ordinating an interrelated group of analyses joining theoretical and applied investigation is suggested.
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