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Distribuzione della ricchezza e crescita quando i mercati dei capitali sono imperfetti. Una rassegna della letteratura recente

  • Riccarda Longaretti

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    (Department of Economics, University of Milan-Bicocca)

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    In questo lavoro si fornisce unabreve rassegna dei più recenti contributi teorici, sul legame tra distribuzione e crescita, basati sull’incompletezza dei mercati dei capitali Se i mercati dei capitali sono imperfetti e le decisioni individuali di investimento avvengono in condizioni di disuguaglianza, vi è la possibilità che l’accumulazione di capitale (umano e…sico) non sia efficiente. La causa risiede nella disparità nelle opportunità individuali di investimento, le quali possono perpetuare e, in alcuni casi, inasprire la disuguaglianza e influire sull’equilibrio di lungo periodo. Si evidenzia come tali modelli teorici siano in grado di supportare la dinamica individuale dei vari Paesi, diversa l’una dall’altra, nella misura in cui prevedano equilibri multipli edinamichedipendenti dalle condizioni iniziali. La convergenza nella distribuzione de lreddito è invece interpretabile sulla base dei modelli teorici che prevedono equilibri di lungo periodo con mobilità sociale e distribuzioni ergodiche.

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    Paper provided by University of Milano-Bicocca, Department of Economics in its series Working Papers with number 44.

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    Length: 32 pages
    Date of creation: Feb 2002
    Date of revision: Feb 2002
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