SAM multipliers and inequality measurement
Atkinson and Bourguignon (2000) 'lack research that integrates distribution centrally into the examination of how the economics works'. To fill in such lack this study put in touch recent developments from Inequality Measurement and National Accounting literatures. This paper presents a reduced and rearranged Social Accounting Matrix (SAM) taking forward chapter 20 of SNA93 and after showing the limits of Jacobi multipliers to analyse inequality, this study proposes the calculation of border norms when distributive judgements are not robust.
Volume (Year): 10 (2003)
Issue (Month): 7 ()
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