The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Macroeconomics, Income inequality metrics, Economic inequality, Social inequality and Income distribution. His Unemployment, Phillips curve, Deflation and NAIRU study in the realm of Macroeconomics connects with subjects such as Empirical evidence. His Income inequality metrics research incorporates elements of Public finance and Economic geography.
His studies in Economic inequality integrate themes in fields like Social issues, Racial equality, Development economics and Economic disparity. His work in Development economics addresses subjects such as China, which are connected to disciplines such as Economy. His Social inequality study incorporates themes from Per capita income, Globalization, Measures of national income and output, Kuznets curve and Gross domestic product.
James K. Galbraith mainly focuses on Labour economics, Economic inequality, Unemployment, Keynesian economics and Econometrics. James K. Galbraith studies Wage, a branch of Labour economics. The Economic inequality study combines topics in areas such as Social inequality, Economic system, Politics and Development economics.
His Social inequality research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Income inequality metrics and Macroeconomics. His Unemployment research is mostly focused on the topic Full employment. His Econometrics research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Wage inequality and Theil index.
Economic inequality, Political economy, Politics, Development economics and Econometrics are his primary areas of study. James K. Galbraith interconnects Consistency, Survey data collection, Closing, World economy and Payroll in the investigation of issues within Economic inequality. His Development economics study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Economic growth, Poverty, Social policy and Social inequality.
His research investigates the link between Social inequality and topics such as Economic sector that cross with problems in Labour economics. His Econometrics research incorporates themes from Gini coefficient and Data set. His work focuses on many connections between Data set and other disciplines, such as Global inequality, that overlap with his field of interest in Public economics, Income inequality metrics and Income distribution.
James K. Galbraith spends much of his time researching Economic inequality, Politics, Economic growth, Social inequality and Data set. His study in Economic inequality is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Public economics, Survey data collection, Closing, World economy and Payroll. His work carried out in the field of Politics brings together such families of science as Variety and Outcome.
The study incorporates disciplines such as Economic policy, Social policy and Austerity in addition to Economic growth. His work in Social inequality tackles topics such as Income inequality metrics which are related to areas like Labour economics. His Data set research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Range, Global inequality, Econometrics and Estimator.
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Persistent Disparity: Race and Economic Inequality in the United States Since 1945
James K. Galbraith;William A. Darity;Samuel L. Myers.
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