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by Marc Lavoie,Engelbert Stockhammer
Pages: 250 pages
Category: Politics & Government
Publisher: International Labor Office with Palgrave Macmillan (January 30, 2014)
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Marc Lavoie and Engelbert Stockhammer (ed. . Co-published with Palgrave Macmillan as part of the Advances in Labour Studies series.
Co-published with Palgrave Macmillan as part of the Advances in Labour Studies series.
Authors: Stockhammer, Engelbert. This volume seeks to go beyond the microeconomic view of wages as a cost having negative consequences on a given firm, to consider the positive macroeconomic dynamics associated with wages as a major component of aggregate demand. Show all. About the authors.
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Demand-led growth is the foundation of an economic theory claiming that an increase in.Wage-led Growth: An Equitable Strategy for Economic Recovery" (PDF). Lavoie, Marc; Stockhammer, Engelbert (2013).
Demand-led growth is the foundation of an economic theory claiming that an increase in aggregate demand will ultimately cause an increase in total output in the long run. This is based on a hypothetical sequence of events where an increase in demand will, in effect, stimulate an increase in supply (within resource limitations). International Labour Organization. a b c Blecker, Robert A. (February 2015). Wage-led versus profit-led demand regimes: The long and short of it" (PDF).
Wage-led Growth: An equitable strategy for economic recovery. M Lavoie, M Seccareccia. Money and Macro Policy, 63-84, 1985.
Born in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, Marc Lavoie is a professor in the Department of Economics at the University .
Born in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, Marc Lavoie is a professor in the Department of Economics at the University of Ottawa, where he started teaching in 1979. He got his doctorate from the University of Paris-1. M. Lavoie and E. Stockhammer (eds), Wage-Led Growth: An Equitable Strategy for Economic Recovery, International Labour Office - Palgrave Macmillan, Basingstoke, 2013, 193 pp. ISBN 978-1-137-35792-2. Lavoie and G. Zezza (eds), The Stock-Flow Consistent Approach: Selected Writings of Wynne Godley, Palgrave Macmillan, Basingstoke, 2012, 276 pp.
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Home, Publication: Wage-led Growth: An equitable strategy for economic recovery. Wage-led Growth: An equitable strategy for economic recovery. ISBN: 9789221274889 Publication date: 1 January 2013. It presents new empirical and econometric evidence regarding the economic causes and potential impact of changing income distribution.
This book examines the causes and consequences of falling wages and rising inequality in income distribution. It presents new empirical and econometric evidence on the potential impact of the shift in income from the poor and middle class to the wealthy. The contributors also analyze policy implications and strategies for a wage-led recovery that would alleviate the global problems associated with rising household debt and with new mercantilist policies based on wage moderation. The book provides an overarching framework that will prove invaluable to researchers and policymakers.
Contributors include Giorgos Galanis (University of Warwick and the New Economics Foundation), Eckhard Hein (Berlin School of Economics and Law), Marc Lavoie (University of Ottawa), Matthias Mundt (Berlin School of Economics), C.W.M. Naastepad (Delft University of Technology, the Netherlands), Özlem Onaran (University of Greenwich), Engelbert Stockhammer (Kingston University), Servaas Storm (Delft University of Technology), Simon Sturn (University of Massachusetts at Amherst), and Till van Treeck (Macroeconomic Policy Institute at Hans Boeckler Foundation and University of Duisburg-Essen).