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A Note on Personal inequality in Post Keynesian Growth Models
Although Post-Keynesian growth models have been already extensively extended, the issue of personal inequality has only recently started to be dealt with. The strategy, however, has been theExpand
TRANSFORMING THE ABSTRACT INTO CONCRETE : THE DUAL SEMANTIC ROOTS OF ABSTRACT ECONOMIC MODELS
The existing connotation of models in economics emerged only in the XXth century, substituting the previous methodological terms: ‘scheme’, ‘diagram’ and ‘system’. This immature characteristic ofExpand
From Classes to Individuals: Standardizing a Link Between Personal and Functional Distribution
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This paper aims to provide intuitive and graphical tools for understanding and reading personal distribution in post-Keynesian growth models, given that in it personal inequality may be beneficial for growth. Expand
Transforming the Abstract into Concrete: The Dual Semantic Roots of Economic Modelling
The existing connotation of models in economics emerged only in the XXth century, substituting the previous methodological terms: ‘scheme’, ‘diagram’ and ‘system’. This immature characteristic ofExpand
The Double Edge of Case-Studies: A Frame-Based Definition of Economic Models
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This paper advocates in favor of the use of more objective tools for defining scientific concepts, looking to reduce incomparability of definitions. Expand
Abstract economic modeling : a semantic-philosophical definition of economic models
ECONOMIC MODELING: A SEMANTIC-PHILOSOPHICAL DEFINITION OF ECONOMIC MODELS