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Growth and Rents in Today’s Economy

  • Edward Nell
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Part of the Palgrave Studies on Henry George for the 21st Century book series (PSHGC)

Abstract

A modern real-side growth model is developed, allowing for effects on distribution and for demand-driven innovation; it also features a wage-accumulation curve—Joan Robinson—and rents can be introduced, driven by both growth and innovation.

Keywords

Markup pricing Wage-accumulation curve Growth and rents 

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Authors and Affiliations

  • Edward Nell
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  1. 1.New SchoolNew YorkUSA

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