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Is "Excessive Distribution" a Good Thing or a Bad Thing?


  • Yang Yiyong


Studies on the subject "Macrocosmic Adjustment Mechanism for the Personal Incomes of Urban Inhabitants," conducted in 1994 by the Economics Research Center under the State Economic Commission, indicate that in recent years, the aggregate increase in personal incomes of urban inhabitants shows a tendency toward an abnormal rate of speed as compared with economic growth. In order to accurately reflect the relationship between aggregate increase in the personal incomes of inhabitants and the growth of the national economy, the topic team compared and studied five sets of corresponding quantitative indices at different levels and from different angles, conducted a multitiered analysis of the aggregate increase in the personal incomes of urban inhabitants since 1991, and put forward a number of assessments.

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  • Yang Yiyong, 1996. "Is "Excessive Distribution" a Good Thing or a Bad Thing?," Chinese Economy, Taylor & Francis Journals, vol. 29(6), pages 46-53, November.
  • Handle: RePEc:mes:chinec:v:29:y:1996:i:6:p:46-53

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