Fertility, Social Mobility and Long Run Inequality: Barro-Becker Families in a Bewley World
Marla Ripoll () and
No 1326, 2014 Meeting Papers from Society for Economic Dynamics
rich individuals have less number of children. Key to the result is that the elasticity of intergenerational substitution is larger than one. We study the implications for long run inequality.
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