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Declining labor-labor exchange rates as a cause of inequality growth

  title={Declining labor-labor exchange rates as a cause of inequality growth},
  author={Andranik Tangian},
The current trends in the capital/labor split and the impacts thereof on the growth of inequality are one of the main concerns of national governments, European Commission and international organizations like UN, ILO, IMF, OECD and WB. These trends are usually studied at the macro level of functional distribution of income, that is, among capital and labor, and less with regard to productivity, remuneration policies or some other particular factors. In this paper, we contribute to the studies… 
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