National Inequality and the Catch-Up Period: Some “Growth Alone” Scenarios

@article{Haynes2000NationalIA,
  title={National Inequality and the Catch-Up Period: Some “Growth Alone” Scenarios},
  author={M. Haynes and R. Husan},
  journal={Journal of Economic Issues},
  year={2000},
  volume={34},
  pages={693 - 705}
}
  • M. Haynes, R. Husan
  • Published 2000
  • Economics
  • Journal of Economic Issues
  • At the close of the millennium, the unanimity over the major "systemic" alternatives available for economic advancement was, arguably, greater than at any time during the twentieth century. In the wake of the collapse of the Eastern bloc, there appears to be only one route available-that of market capitalism within a globalized world economy-with varying (and declining) degrees of state intervention providing the variation on this theme.1 The argument for meaningful redistribution has… CONTINUE READING
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