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Inflation, income distribution and X-efficiency theory
|Contributions||International Labour Office., World Employment Programme.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||122|
|ISBN 10||0709903065, 0064941698|
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Inflation, income distribution and x efficiency theory. [Harvey Leibenstein]. Get this from a library. Inflation, income distribution, and x-efficiency theory: a study prepared for the International Labour Office within the framework of the World Employment Programme. [Harvey Leibenstein; International Labour Office.; World Employment Programme.].
Read here ?book= [PDF] Inflation Income Distribution and X-Efficiency Theory Download Full Ebook. LEIBENSTEIN, HARVEY(–) Source for information on Leibenstein, (), and in Inflation, Income Distribution, and X-Efficiency (). It culminated with General X-Efficiency Theory and Economic Development.
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In one his early post articles, Leibenstein, in a co-authored paper with William Comanor (Comanor and Leibenstein, ), addressed the size of potential gains in allocative efficiency, showing that gains in X-efficiency increase the size of allocative Figure 1, begin with monopoly price and cost equal to P m and C m, by: 5.
Not salaries of working poor: despite the increase, the minimum wage hasn't kept up with inflation, and the bottom fifth of wage distribution has fallen more than 10% since The two remaining factors have risen considerably: Salaries of working rich have risen, and Interest as a % of national income has grown from % in to over.
X-Efficiency and Ideology InArnold Harberger, who would later become a stalwart of the University of Chicago economics department, produced a very influential article.
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