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Distribución Funcional De La Renta: Teorías Y Evidencia Empírica
[Functional Distribution of Income: Theories and Empirical Evidence]

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  • Puente-Ajovin, Miguel

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En los últimos 40 años se ha podido ver una tendencia casi constante y uniforme en todos los países sobre la caída en el peso de las rentas salariales sobre el total. En este trabajo intento dar un repaso básico a las teorías económicas que intentan explicar la distribución funcional de la renta (aquella que la divide entre sus factores productivos, en general, capital y trabajo), y su repercusión sobre el ciclo económico. In the past 40 years, we have seen an almost constant and uniform fall in the weight of the total wage income in nearly every country. This paper attempts to provide a basic overview of economic theories that try to explain the functional distribution of income (that which is divided among its productive factors, in general, capital and labor), and their impact on the business cycle.

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Keywords: Distribución funcional de la renta; Ricardo; Marx; Kaldor; Goodwin; Kalecki;

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