Economic Development, the Family, and Income Distribution: Selected Essays
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BeschreibungThis collection of essays by 1971 Nobel Prize winner Simon Kuznets, published posthumously, represents the primary concerns of his research at a late phase of his career, as well as themes from his earlier work.
InhaltsverzeichnisPreface Louis Galambos and Robert Gallman; Foreword Richard A. Easterlin; 1. Driving forces of economic growth: what can we learn from history? 2. A note on production structure and aggregate growth; 3. The pattern of shift of labor force from agriculture, 1950-70; 4. Modern economic growth and the less developed countries; 5. Notes on demographic change; 6. Recent population trends in less developed countries and implications for internal income inequality; 7. Demographic aspects of the size distrubution of income: an exploratory essay; 8. Size and age structure of family households: exploratory comparisons; 9. Size of households and income disparities; 10. Distributions of households by size: differences and trends; 11. Children and adults in the income distribution; Afterword Robert William Fogel; Bibliography of Simon Kuznets; Index.
Pressestimmen"Kuznets rarely leaves a question by providing a single or simple answer. In his hands, issues become multifaceted and subtle. Any tentative answer is inevitably tied to a series of challenging new hypotheses. Economics could clearly benefit from more social statisticians following in the footsteps of Kuznets. Robert Fogel's concluding essay in the volume searches for the special quality of mind and method that sets Kuznets apart from his own generation and appears to separate him even further from the generations that follow. Fogel's concluding essay warrants the same careful reading as the rest of this volume." T. Paul Schultz, Journal of the American Statistical Association "Throughout this book...the elegant simplicity, but extraordinary power of Kuznets' vision is palpable." Journal of Economic Literature
Untertitel: Revised. Sprache: Englisch.
Verlag: CAMBRIDGE UNIV PR
Erscheinungsdatum: Juli 2002
Seitenanzahl: 472 Seiten