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Hi all, I’m trying very hard not to get my hopes up: Sri Lanka have managed to reduce India to 74/5. Back in the day, I’d be rubbing my hands with glee in anticipation of the last five wickets falling … Continue reading

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The technological foundations of income inequality: a demand side perspective

Guest Author: Andreas Chai, Griffith University contact: a.chai@griffith.edu.au How has technological progress impacted income inequality? The usual answer is that technological progress fosters greater income inequality via changes on the supply side. Technological progress will drive up inequality because of … Continue reading

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Beyond the Breakpoint: Can Cross-Country Regressions Still Guide Development Policy?

Much influential research on the relation between economic growth and the income of the poor has relied on the unstated assumption that positive and negative growth rates are equivalent in their effect on the poor. As I show in the … Continue reading

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