"Crescita economica e distribuzione del reddito

Growth and Income Distribution"

Cofinanziamento MURST 2002

 Stato dei volumi finali



Innovation, Unemployment and Policy in the Theories of Growth and Distribution

Table of Contents

Section 1 - Human capital and innovation

1.         Bucci A. Human Capital, Product Market Power and Economic Growth [Meccheri e Parello]

2.         Bratti M. and Bucci A. Human Capital and Cross-Nation Income Differences [Fiaschi e Papagni]

3.         Carillo M. R. and Papagni E., Scientific Research, Social Interaction and Growth [Cozzi]


Section 2 – Variety and quality innovation

1.        Caminati M., Variety, Consumption and Growth [Bucci]

2.        Gualerzi D., Consumption Composition: Implications for Growth and Distribution [Caminati e Santangelo]

3.        Parello C. and Spinesi L., Partial Imitation, Inequality and Growth [Gualerzi e Staffolani]


Section  3 – Employment and inequality

1.         Balducci R. and Staffolani S., Bargaining, Distribution and Growth [Drago e Fanti]

2.         Lavezzi A. M. and Meccheri N., Job Contact Networks, Inequality and Aggregate Output  [Capasso e Carillo]

3.         Capasso S.. Crime, Inequality and Growth [Spinesi]

4.         Drago V., Technological Change and Residual Wage Inequality [Carillo]


<> Section 4 – Public policy

1.         Balducci R., Government Expenditure and Economic Growth [Pomini e Luzzati]

2.         Commendatore P., Panico C. and Pinto A., Government Debt, Growth and Inequality in Income Distribution: A Post-Keynesian Analysis [D'Alessandro e La Marca]

3.         Cozzi G., Saving Capitalism from Capitalists: Inequality, Taxation and Growth in a Concentrated Economy [Caminati]




Classical, Neo Classical and Keynesian Views on Growth and Distribution

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Section 1 – Classical views

1.         Balducci R., Growth and distribution: a return to the classical tradition [Boggio]

2.         Fiaschi D. and Signorino R., Natural wage dynamics in a Ricardian growth model [Opocher e Sordi]

3.         D’Alessandro S., Co-evolution of population and natural resources: a simple Malthusian-Ricardian model [Freni e Signorino]

4.         Giammanco D., Some aspects of structural change in Marx’s analysis [Limosani e Pinto]


Section 2 – Neoclassical views

1.         Fanti L. and Manfredi P., Age distribution and age heterogeneity in economic profiles: implications for growth and distribution in the neoclassical growth model [Balducci e D'Agata]

2.         Pomini M., From Distribution to Inequality: Accumulation and Growth in the Neoclassical Tradition  [Signorino]

3.         Opocher A.,Reconsidering the early marginal productivity  theory of distribution and interest [Giammanco e Panico]

4.         Limosani M., I modelli macroeconomici finanziari di Tobin: una ricostruzione storica [Opocher e Panico]


Section 3 – Keynesian views

1.         Bellino E., Unemployment and Growth: A Critical Survey [Sordi e Balducci]

2.         Boggio L., Growth unemployment and wages: disequilibrium models with increasing returns [Freni e Manfredi]

3.        Mastromatteo G., Microeconomic  foundations for Goodwin real wage function [Commendatore e Gualerzi]

4.         D’Agata A., Entry and stationary equilibrium prices in a postkeynesian growth model [Salvadori]

5.         Commendatore P., Are Kalekian models relevant in the long run? [Bellino]