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Capitalism, Complexity, and Inequality

Опубликовано на портале: 19-01-2007
Journal of Economic Issues. 2003.  Vol. 37. No. 2. P. 471-478. 
Under capitalism there is a potential for increasing socioeconomic complexity and greater specialization of skills.1 One implication is that there is a potential for increasing inequalities of wealth, income, and power on both a national and international scale. What follows is an updated, broad-brush account of possible future developments in a knowledge-intensive capitalist economy. They can themselves be manifest in different ways, in a number of quite different institutional frameworks.

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