How the Rich Are Different: Hierarchical Power as the Basis of Income Size and Class

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Description: A paper linking income and class to hierarchical power.

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This paper investigates a new approach to understanding personal and functional income distribution. I propose that hierarchical power --- the command of subordinates in a hierarchy --- is what distinguishes the rich from the poor and capitalists from workers. Specifically, I hypothesize that individual income increases with hierarchical power, as does the share of individual income earned from ca...

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