Marx‐biased technical change and income distribution: A panel data analysis
Travis Campbell and
Metroeconomica, 2019, vol. 70, issue 4, 655-687
This paper provides a further empirical evaluation of the Neoclassical theory of distribution as opposed to Marx‐biased technical change (MBTC) using a series of panel estimators. We argue that a panel data analysis is instrumental in increasing the efficiency and validity of the test. Our results generalize previous findings in providing support for MBTC and against the Neoclassical theory of income distribution.
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