Polarization, politics, and property rights : links between inequality and growth / Philip Keefer, Stephen Knack Keefer, Philip

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Keefer, Philip
Subjects
Income distribution.; Equality.; Right of property.
Summary
One strand of research argues that polarized societies find it difficult to reach political consensus on appropriate responses to crises. Another strand focuses on redistribution, asking whether income inequality stifles growth by increasing political incentives to redistribute. Which is right?
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http://trove.nla.gov.au/work/256260
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256260

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