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Accounting for the Distribution of Income in the U.S. National Accounts

In: Measuring Economic Sustainability and Progress

  • Dennis Fixler
  • David S. Johnson

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  • Dale W. Jorgenson & J. Steven Landefeld & Paul Schreyer, 2014. "Measuring Economic Sustainability and Progress," NBER Books, National Bureau of Economic Research, Inc, number jorg12-1, October.
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