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CAPITALE UMANO, ORARIO DI LAVORO, SALARI DI EFFICIENZA E COT IN UN MODELLO DI SVILUPPO DUALISTICO

Department of Economic Studies, Parthenope University of Naples
02/2003;
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ABSTRACT Orario di lavoro e salari di efficienza in un modello di sviluppo dualistico (di Antonio Garofalo, Concetto Paolo Vinci) - ABSTRACT: The objective of the present paper is that of explaining some dynamic behaviour of the Ital-ian economy considered as a dualistic system, by using a theoretical scheme which although not completely suitable for interpreting short term economic situation may be of some help for a medium-long term period analysis. The theoretical framework we referred to is a modified version of the ones by Graziani and Trezza (1969) and Garofalo, Vinci and Vinci (2002) in which we introduce working time, capital operating time (COT), wages determined according to the efficiency wages models and human capital accumulation and his evolution law as a pro-ductive factor.

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