The role of technology , organisation , and demand in growth and income distribution ∗

  title={The role of technology , organisation , and demand in growth and income distribution ∗},
  author={Tommaso Ciarli and Andr{\'e} Lorentz and Maria Savona and Marco Valente},
The paper proposes a model that explains cross-country growth divergences over time for different aspects of structural change. The model formalises the links between production technology, firm organisation (functional composition of employment) on the supply side and the endogenous evolution of income distribution and consumption patterns on the demand side. Wage distribution is the main channel between the organisation of firms and consumption patterns, and firm selection is the main trigger… CONTINUE READING


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