Edward N. Wolff spends much of his time researching Labour economics, Productivity, Demographic economics, Net worth and Distribution. His Labour economics study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Economic inequality, Production and National wealth. His Productivity study incorporates themes from Agricultural productivity, Convergence, Econometrics and Investment.
He interconnects Capital, Asset, Poverty rate and Macroeconomics in the investigation of issues within Demographic economics. As a member of one scientific family, Edward N. Wolff mostly works in the field of Net worth, focusing on Middle class and, on occasion, Leverage and Portfolio. His work deals with themes such as Balance sheet, Personal income, Distribution of wealth and Wage, which intersect with Distribution.
His primary areas of study are Labour economics, Demographic economics, Net worth, Productivity and Distribution. His study focuses on the intersection of Labour economics and fields such as National wealth with connections in the field of Redistribution of income and wealth. The Demographic economics study combines topics in areas such as Asset, Economic inequality, Gini coefficient, Percentage point and Standard of living.
His research integrates issues of Equity, Middle class and Pension in his study of Net worth. His Middle class study deals with Portfolio intersecting with Leverage. Edward N. Wolff works in the field of Productivity, focusing on Total factor productivity in particular.
Edward N. Wolff mostly deals with Demographic economics, Net worth, Middle class, Pension and Portfolio. His studies in Demographic economics integrate themes in fields like Distribution of wealth, Percentage point, Asset and International comparisons. His Net worth research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Labour economics and Gini coefficient.
Edward N. Wolff studied Labour economics and National wealth that intersect with Equity. His Pension research integrates issues from Income tax and Social security. As a part of the same scientific study, Edward N. Wolff usually deals with the Portfolio, concentrating on Leverage and frequently concerns with Rate of return.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Net worth, Labour economics, Portfolio, Middle class and Pension. His research in Net worth tackles topics such as Demographic economics which are related to areas like Debt. Edward N. Wolff works mostly in the field of Labour economics, limiting it down to concerns involving National wealth and, occasionally, Distribution of wealth, Work history and Macroeconomics.
The various areas that Edward N. Wolff examines in his Portfolio study include Leverage and Equity. The concepts of his Pension study are interwoven with issues in Social security, Gini coefficient, Joint probability distribution, Distribution and Present value. His work carried out in the field of Distribution brings together such families of science as Econometrics and Time trends.
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MULTINATIONAL CORPORATIONS AND PRODUCTIVITY CONVERGENCE IN MEXICO
Magnus Blomstrom;Edward Wolff.
Research Papers in Economics (1989)
Productivity and American Leadership: The Long View
William J. Baumol;Sue Anne Batey Blackman;Edward N. Wolff.
Competitiveness, convergence, and international specialization
David Dollar;David Dollar;Edward N. Wolff;Edward N. Wolff.
Competitiveness, Convergence, and International Specialization
David Dollar;Edward Wolff.
Research Papers in Economics (1993)
Recent Trends in the Size Distribution of Household Wealth
Edward N. Wolff.
Journal of Economic Perspectives (1998)
Unbalanced Growth Revisited: Asymptotic Stagnancy and New Evidence
Edward Wolff;William Baumol;Sue Ann Blackman.
The American Economic Review (1985)
The Level and Distribution of Global Household Wealth
James B Davies;Susanna Sandström;Anthony B Shorrocks;Edward N Wolff.
The Economic Journal (2011)
Productivity growth, convergence, and welfare: Reply
Edward Wolff;William Baumol.
The American Economic Review (1988)
Convergence of Productivity: Cross-National Studies and Historical Evidence
John W. Kendrick;William J. Baumol;William J. Baumol;Richard R. Nelson;Edward N. Wolff.
Top heavy : a study of the increasing inequality of wealth in America
Edward N. Wolff;Twentieth Century Fund.
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