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Real National Income
Income Inequality and Social Welfare
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actual Appendix Tables approach assumed assumption Atkinson index axiom calories carbohydrates Chapter commodity comparison of inequality concept of poverty consumed Consumption Distribution criterion cumulative current price incomes defined denoted derived estimated evaluated Gini coefficient given groups hetero-ordinal higher welfare homo-ordinal hyperplane implies income configurations income distribution indifference curves individual intake function interpretation level of expenditure level of income Lorenz curve Lorenz equation market prices mean income measure of inequality minimum Mishan named goods vectors normalized distribution number of poor nutrient nutritional ordinal correspondence personal basket point of view population poverty line price indices principle of ordinal problem proportion protein rank-order weighting ranking real income comparison real national income relevant sample satisfy secondary poverty shadow prices social preference social welfare function specific survey theorem T2.3 theory of real tion total income urban sector value judgements vectors xap welfare comparison welfare economics xap and xbp