700 19th St NW
Washington, DC 20001
International Monetary Fund
in Total Papers Citations
earnings mobility, earnings inequality, earnings distribution, labor market market trend, earnings change, Wages, Labor markets, Human capital, Income inequality, Income, Europe, Global
Knowledge Spillovers, Information Transmission, Knowledge Production, Patents
wealth inequality, returns to wealth, financial wealth, net worth, heterogeneity, intergenerational mobility
Wealth inequality, returns to wealth, heterogeneity, intergenerational mobility.
This is a CEPR Discussion Paper. CEPR charges a fee of $8.00 for this paper.
If you wish to purchase the right to make copies of this paper for distribution to others, please select the quantity.
Heterogeneity, intergenerational mobility, returns to wealth, Wealth Inequality
External sector, Cost of living, Wage policy, Labor costs, Labor markets, Minimum Wage, European Union, Poverty Alleviation, Current Account Rebalancing, Monetary Unions, WP, EMW, poor household, median wage, euro area, harmonization
Brazil, Commodities, Western Hemisphere, Entrepreneurship, Firms, Financial Development
employment, labor earnings, idiosyncratic risk, business cycle
Economic cycles, Europe, Italy, employment time, earnings growth, Economic Growth of Open Economies
Trade, Spillover effects, Lockdowns, COVID-19, import demand model, pandemic-response policy, trade partner, goods trade, spillover effect, Imports, Export restrictions, Trade in goods, Exports, Global
COVID-19, lockdown, spillover effects, Trade
Heterogeneity, Returns to Wealth, Wealth Inequality
This page was processed by aws-apollo5 in 0.855 seconds