Economic Growth and (Re-)Distributive Policies: A Comparative Dynamic Analysis
This paper analyzes the interplay of growth, distribution and public policy when the latter depend on economically important fundamentals. It is shown that not only pro-capital, but also pro-labour or income egalitarian policies lead to high growth. The paper argues that the long-run relationship between growth, post-tax factor incomes and public policies is more complicated in theory and especially when comparing countries as often suggested.
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