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Excerts from advanced studies in economics

@inproceedings{Curtis2018ExcertsFA,
  title={Excerts from advanced studies in economics},
  author={James Edward Curtis},
  year={2018}
}
Researchers have a long-standing interest in understanding the causes and consequences of inequality. One approach to analyzing inequality is to compare average economic choices from a classical theoretical framework. Another approach considers the impact of the formation of society, through statutes and institutions, on average economic outcomes. Curtis Jr uses applied econometrics, applied labor economics, applied theory and empirical data to provide results that we cannot reject the… Expand
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