Equity Criteria as Instrument to Ensure Sustainability of Pareto or Kaldor-Hicks Efficiency: A Correlation Hidden by Sources of Confounding as Key for Sorting Out the Global Economic Crisis
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Keywordsparadigm; inequality; total factor productivity growth; confounding; pareto efficiency; kaldor-hicks efficiency; cost-benefit analysis; effective demand; sustainability; sustainable development; global economy;
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