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theoretical and empirical investigation into regional growth and inequality

Sugata Ghosh

theoretical and empirical investigation into regional growth and inequality

a case study of India

by Sugata Ghosh

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Published by Cardiff Business School in Cardiff .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementSugata Ghosh and Sarmistha Pal.
SeriesWorking paper / Cardiff Business School -- 99-023, Working paper (Cardiff Business School) -- 99-023.
ContributionsPal, Sarmistha., Cardiff Business School.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18129393M

Inequality and economic growth: theoretical and operational approach 2. The second group second group of research are based on medium-term analysis of inequality and growth using panel or longitudinal data (Li and Zou (), Atkinson et al ()) 3. The third group of studies includes the panel data analysis of the correlation between. Inequality: An Empirical Investigation. Based on the theoretical and empirical literature cited above, we expect a urbanization and economic growth as relevant determinants into the income.

The book aims to provide the reader with findings that shed new light on the related issues and problems. The first chapter introduces the topics, and subsequent chapters enter into theoretical discussion and empirical analysis of trade, FDI, and development strategies, . After the introductory section, the first part of the paper presents the conceptual bases of the study, examining relevant theoretical and empirical arguments about (i) the determinants of economic.

Downloadable! The interaction of inequality and growth and the direction of causality in this relationship have been an extensively discussed topic with several questions but without clear answers both in the theoretical and empirical literature. The current paper contributes mainly into the new economic geography (NEG) literature by focusing on the member states of the European Union. The book is especially relevant for all of us who would like to use the instruments of economic policy to advance the main principles of justice.’ A Theoretical and Empirical Investigation,” in Macroeconomic Policy after the Conservative “ Is Inequality Harmful for Growth? Theory and Evidence.” American Economic Rev


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Theoretical and empirical investigation into regional growth and inequality by Sugata Ghosh Download PDF EPUB FB2

This book provides a forum for economists to examine the theoretical, empirical, and policy issues involved in the relationship between growth and inequality. The aim is to develop a framework for determining the role of public policy in enhancing both growth and : Paperback.

Even minute increases in a country's growth rate can result in dramatic changes inliving standards over just one generation. The benefits of growth, however, may not be sharedequally.

Some may gain less than others, and a fraction of the population may actually bedisadvantaged. Recent economic research has found both positive and negative relationships betweengrowth and inequality across nations.

Our paper contributes to the literature on the effects of inequality on growth by examining, from both a theoretical and an empirical perspective, whether the effect of inequality on growth.

Inequality and Instability: An Empirical Investigation into Social Discontent in Urban China Article in SSRN Electronic Journal January with 70 Reads How we measure 'reads'.

(). Inequality and Economic Growth: The Empirical Relationship Reconsidered in the Light of Comparable Data. The Journal of Development Studies: Vol. 41, No. 1, pp. Cited by: Between-regional inequality is decomposed into subgroups including income, other diverse unit characteristics and heterogeneity which give rise to between-regional trends in inequality and inter.

Inequality and Growth in Advanced Economies: An Empirical Investigation ∗ Amparo Castelló-Climent Institute of International Economics University of Valencia November Abstract This paper investigates empirically the effect of income and human capital inequality on economic growth in different regions of the world.

The paper shows that income inequality may theoretically lead to higher economic growth if public consumption enters the utility function.

Empirically, baseline estimations and a sensitivity analysis show that income inequality is positively, and most of the time significantly, associated with economic growth.

In our context, we are interested in the effect of FDI on regional inequality—not growth. The case of China is a focus of the theoretical and empirical literature on this issue.

China opened its economy to investors in the early s and has since experienced a rapid increase in regional inequality (see, e.g., Fleisher et al., ). However. 1. Introduction. In The Moral Consequences of Economic Growth, Benjamin Friedman () weaves together economic, political, intellectual and social histories into a compelling narrative that illustrates the link between economic and social progress.

According to Friedman, “Economic growth more often than not fosters greater opportunity, tolerance of diversity, social mobility. spawned a large theoretical and empirical body of literature (for a survey, see BarroForbesKanburBanerjee and DufloKnowlesetc.).

Notwithstanding, the following puzzles remain: (i) whether a correlation between inequality and economic growth exists and the direction of the association, (ii) the. The effects of inequality on growth: a survey of the theoretical and empirical literature Christophe Ehrhart CRESS-Lessor, Université Rennes 2 - Haute Bretagne* Abstract Basically, the extensive theoretical and empirical literature on the interactions between growth/development and distribution can be divided into two main approaches.

The. This paper analyzes the impact of political and fiscal decentralization on regional inequalities, using a unique dataset which covers fifty-four countries at different stages of economic development. Cross-section and panel data estimations show that decentralization decreases regional inequalities in.

The discussion in the theoretical and empirical literature thus far has suggested different channels for the relationship between inequality and economic growth.

The main channel assuming negative effects of inequality on growth refers to the interconnection between inequality and education level on the one hand and the. Inequality in Education and Economic Growth: Empirical Investigation and Foundations - Evidence from MENA Region Aomar Ibourk 1 & Jabrane Amaghouss 1 Faculty of Law, Economics and Social Sciences, Cadi Ayyad University, Morocco Correspondence: Jabrane Amaghouss, Massira 1, Bloc A NoMarrakech, Morocco.

Tel: The book examines the overall causes of the crisis and the failures of mainstream economics, and analysis the rising tide of poverty and social inequality resulting from the recession.

It also examines the relationship between the crisis and economic systems, and examines the evolution of the global monetary system and history of central banking. Albu LL., Polimeni J.M., Iorgulescu R.I. () Spatial Distribution of Key Macroeconomic Growth Indicators in the EU A Theoretical and Empirical Investigation.

In: Caroleo F., Pastore F. (eds) The Labour Market Impact of the EU Enlargement. AIEL Series in Labour Economics. Physica-Verlag HD. First Online 24 February An empirical investigation of the relationship between inequality and growth This paper studies the correlation between inequality, measured by the Gini coefficent of incomes, and the growth rate of per capita GDP in a panel of countries between the late s and late s.

Basically, the extensive theoretical and empirical literature on the interactions between growth/development and distribution can be divided into two main approaches.

The first one examines the impact of economic development on income distribution in a long run perspective. The second one focuses on the inverse causality between inequality and growth. Inequality in the World Economy. An Empirical Investigation. By James K. Galbraith The University of Texas at Austin For the The Directorate for Employment, Labour and Social Affairs ELSA Seminars Series OECD, Paris J Based on the work of: Enrique Garcilazo Olivier Giovannoni Travis Hale Hyunsub Kum Daniel Munevar.

The University of Texas Inequality Project is a small research group concerned with measuring and explaining movements of inequality in wages and earnings and patterns of industrial change around the world.

We believe we can establish reasonably reliable relationships between these measures and the broader concepts of inequality. Our work has emphasized the use of Theil's T statistic to. Findings and Discussion.

This section presents the empirical results of three approaches, based on the GMM -dynamic panel data; in Tables 1 – 3.

Table 1 presents a preliminary analysis on the effects of economic globalization on growth. Table 2 displays coefficient estimates obtained from the baseline specification, which used added two interaction terms of economic globalization and.Edited by: Bradley, Petrakos, and Traistaru.

This book’s thirteen contributions bring together the results of recent research on determinants of regional specialization, growth, and convergence in the context of European integration. They offer fresh theoretical and empirical evidence on patterns of regional production structures, specialization, regional disparities, convergence and divergence processes, and evaluation .