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Instituições, Distribuição de Renda e Crescimento Econômico: uma análise pós-keynesiana

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  • Claudio Roberto Amitrano

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O objetivo deste trabalho consiste em analisar a relação entre instituições, distribuição de renda e crescimento na tradição pós-keynesiana. Para tanto, desenvolvemos um modelo que busca ilustrar a maneira pela qual a distribuição de renda condiciona o crescimento econômico. Além disso, procuramos mostrar que a caracterização da economia como wage-led ou profit-led está estritamente relacionada às configurações institucionais de uma economia e tem implicações profundas sobre a dinâmica do crescimento. The aim of this paper is to analyze the relationship between institutions, income distribution and growth in post-Keynesian tradition. Therefore, we developed a model that seeks to illustrate the way in which income distribution affects economic growth. Furthermore, we aim to show that the characterization of the economy as wage-led or profit-led is closely related to institutional settings of an economy and that has profound implications on the dynamics of growth.

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  • Claudio Roberto Amitrano, 2016. "Instituições, Distribuição de Renda e Crescimento Econômico: uma análise pós-keynesiana," Discussion Papers 2226, Instituto de Pesquisa Econômica Aplicada - IPEA.
  • Handle: RePEc:ipe:ipetds:2226
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