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Kuznets

Simon. 1901--85, US economist born in Russia. His books include National Income and its Composition (1919--1938) (1941) and Economic Growth of Nations (1971). He was awarded the Nobel Prize for economics in 1971
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(16) As noted before, this idea accords with Kuznets (1941, p.
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We may conclude that for developing economies, the early stages of economic development leads to increase in income inequality (Kuznets, 1955).
The ceremonial work of Kuznets (1955) establishes relationship between income inequality and stages of development.
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Chaldaeva & Kilyachkov (2012) showed that this approximation explains the emergence of Kitchin and Juglar economic cycles (Kitchin, 1923; Juglar, 1862), Kuznets rhythms (Kuznets, 1930) and Kondratieff waves (Kondratieff, 1922; 1925; 1926; 1935) as a bifurcation of some basic cycle (T [approximately equal to] 3 years).
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Schultz, 1979; Milton Friedman, 1976; and Simon Kuznets, 1971.