Income Distribution Consequences of Rural Industrialization
Jerry G. West and
No 284460, 1975 Annual Meeting, August 10-13, Columbus, Ohio from American Agricultural Economics Association (New Name 2008: Agricultural and Applied Economics Association)
Impact studies are very much in vogue today, and this is certainly true with respect to industrial development. Numerous studies have been made in attempts to estimate the multipliers associated with various types of industries. Results indicate that multipliers do differ among industries and among geographical areas. However, such studies do not reveal the distribution effects of such industrial development within a particular area.
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