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Response to Edwards and McGuirk: Income Level, Economic Growth, and Inequality: Flawed Methodology and Inaccurate Inference

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  • Jih Y. Chang
  • Rati Ram
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Volume Number 1
Issue Number 2
Pages 235-243
File URL Response to Edwards and McGuirk: Income Level, Economic Growth, and Inequality: Flawed Methodology and Inaccurate Inference
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Publication year 2004

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