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by B. Näslund

Free eBook An Analysis of Economic Size Distributions (Lecture Notes in Economics and Mathematical Systems) download ISBN: 3540081429
Author: B. Näslund
Publisher: Springer; Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. 1977 edition (May 12, 1977)
Language: English
Pages: 106
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Subcategory: Business and Finance
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The lecture notes were developed over a period of 20 years during which I. .Basically, this course is about a certain class of economic concepts and models.

The lecture notes were developed over a period of 20 years during which I taught the course at Tel Aviv, Princeton, and New York universities. I published the book for the first time in 2007 with some hesitation since several superb books were already on the shelves. Your teachers will be guiding you into the wonders of economics and will rarely have the time to stop to raise fundamental questions about what these models are supposed to mean.

The basic idea behind this book is that in a market economy there is endless variety, people die and are born, new products and processes emerge and old ones disappear etc. Some firms grow others decline. Some people get high salaries others get unemployed. Opportunities, disasters and capabilities are to a large extent random. An economy has a certain amount of resources to divide among its members. These resources may vary over time but the rate of change is fairly small. The number of persons in society may also vary but the rate of change is limited. For a society such as the one described above I was interested in deriving equilibrium distributions of various kinds and make some tests of the distributions found against data for different countries. I have studied the following types of distributions a) Income distribution b) Functional distribution of income c) Size distributions of firms. Since the above mentioned distributions are related; another main purpose of the book has been to develop a similar method for the analysis of all three distributions in order to simplify the understanding of their relations.