Political Economy of Income Distribution: A Comparative Study of Taiwan and Mexico
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Policies Studies Journal
Presents a comparative study of the political economy of income distribution in Taiwan and Mexico since the 1960s. Demonstration of higher income levels with falling income inequalities; Differences in economic growth in the two countries; Government policies in income distribution; Factors which contributed to the success of Taiwan; Prospects for better income equity and sustainable development.
(2000). Political Economy of Income Distribution: A Comparative Study of Taiwan and Mexico. Policies Studies Journal, 28(2), 275-291.
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