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Autoren: 
Behringer, Jan
van Treeck, Till
Datum: 
2018
Schriftenreihe/Nr.: 
FMM Working Paper No. 36
Zusammenfassung: 
In this paper, we revisit the macroeconomic foundations and political economy of national growth models. We challenge the Kaleckian framework underpinning the emergent growth model literature in comparative political economy, which focuses primarily on the functional income distribution (wages versus profits), while ignoring personal income distribution (inequality across private households). Using the examples of the "export-led" and "debt-led" growth models of Germany and the United States, we show how institutional differences can help explain why different countries developed different patterns of income distribution and how income distribution and institutions interacted to generate financial imbalances in different sectors of the economy (i.e., the private household sector, the private corporate sector, and the government sector).
Schlagwörter: 
Growth models
financial balances
functional income distribution
personal income distribution
institutions
JEL: 
D3
J5
P5
Dokumentart: 
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