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by Lance Taylor,etc.

Author: Lance Taylor,etc.
Subcategory: Politics & Government
Language: English
Publisher: Oxford University Press (October 30, 1980)
Pages: 368 pages
Category: Politics
Rating: 4.5
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Politics & Social Sciences Books Democracy Books. ISBN13: 9780195202076.

Income distribution, inflation, and growth: lectures on structuralist macroeconomic theory. A stagnationist model of economic growth. Cambridge Journal of Economics 9 (4), 383-403, 1985. Income distribution, inflation, and growth. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 1991.

Lance Jerome Taylor (born May 25, 1940) is a well known structuralist macroeconomist, working to understand the macroeconomy through its major institutions and distributive relationships across productive sectors and social groups

Lance Jerome Taylor (born May 25, 1940) is a well known structuralist macroeconomist, working to understand the macroeconomy through its major institutions and distributive relationships across productive sectors and social groups.

Models of Growth and Distribution for Brazil (World Bank . Taylor, Lance Jerome was born on May 25, 1940 in Montpelier, Idaho, United States.

The experience of Brazil in the last twenty years provides a classic case for the study of economic change. This book explores the Brazilian experience from the point of view of political economy, using income distribution models. 02066/?tag prabook0b-20. Global Finance at Risk: The Case for International Regulation. Son of Walter Jerome and Ruth (Robinson) Taylor.

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Lance Taylor's innovative work represents a landmark in this field. He then takes up basic structuralist models of a closed economy and moves on to consider the open economy cases. It codifies a new generation of structuralist macroeconomic models that incorporate the economic power relationships of key institutions and groups, integrates both finance and real macroeconomics, and covers a diverse range of experience in the developing world over the past three decades.

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Lance Taylor is a well known structuralist macroeconomist, working to understand the macroeconomy through its major institutions and distributive relationships across productive sectors and social groups.

The experience of Brazil in the last twenty years provides a classic case for the study of economic change. This book explores the Brazilian experience from the point of view of political economy, using income distribution models.