The Doctrine of Distribution

  • R. D. Collison Black


The way in which different classes of the community receive different portions of the produce, or it may not be different classes always, but the same person may receive different portions in respect of different contributions to industry in a different capacity, as it were.


Civil Service Real Wage High Wage Money Wage Comparative Abundance 
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© R. D. Collison Black and Rosamond Könekamp 1977

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