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Golden Age steady states determined by saving rates maximizing profit are contrasted with the Golden Rule, that is, consumption maximizing, steady states highlighted in standard economic growth theory. Golden Rule steady states exemplify the classical socialist principle of distribution: to each...
This article investigates whether a new mode of regulation is being developed or has already evolved in the United States to promote long wave upswing during the early years of the new millennium. The regime of accumulation is scrutinized, but neither sustainable productivity nor demand seems to...
Much of what is labeled "patriarchy" in the literature on women's subordination is more accurately described as "neopatriarchy" and "phallocentrism." Neopatriarchy arises when the nuclear family replaces the extended family as the norm and the male head of household is designated as breadwinner....
Striking changes are occurring in family structure in the developing world, and fertility is falling due to a weakening of traditional family controls and a declining value given to procreation. A model of marriage focused on marriage as economic transaction helps explain these diverse trends....
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