Browsing All of EconStor by Author Fix, Blair

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2013 Human Activity, Energy & Money in the Unlted States: Connecting the Biophysical Economy with its Pecuniary ImageFix, Blair
2014 Putting Power Back Into Growth TheoryFix, Blair
2014 Rethinking Profit: How Redistribution Drives GrowthFix, Blair
2015 Rethinking Economic Growth Theory From a Biophysical PerspectiveFix, Blair
2015 Putting Power Back Into Growth TheoryFix, Blair
2016 Energy and Institution SizeFix, Blair
2017 Energy and Institution SizeFix, Blair
2017 Evidence for a Power Theory of Personal Income DistributionFix, Blair
2018 Capitalist income and hierarchical power: A gradient hypothesisFix, Blair
2018 The trouble with human capital theoryFix, Blair
2018 The growth of US top income inequality: A hierarchical redistribution hypothesisFix, Blair
2018 A Hierarchy Model of Income DistributionFix, Blair
2018 The aggregation problem: Implications for ecological economicsFix, Blair
2018 Economics from the Top Down: Does Hierarchy Unify Economic Theory?Fix, Blair
2018 Hierarchy and the Power-Law Income Distribution TailFix, Blair
2018 The Trouble With Human Capital TheoryFix, Blair
2018 Energy, hierarchy and the origin of inequalityFix, Blair
2019 The Aggregation Problem: Implications for Ecological and Biophysical EconomicsFix, Blair
2019 Real GDP: The Flawed Metric at the Heart of MacroeconomicsFix, Blair; Nitzan, Jonathan; Bichler, Shimshon
2019 How the rich are different: Hierarchical power as the basis of income and classFix, Blair