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or conditional distribution of ineocc v therefor© includes
earned Incoae boro* 2h© regression of property owners 1 total
incoae on their wealth con be otudiod on the basis of
Dutch deto 1 ^ (fig* 5). The regression is linear, and
oofeiaatifr; the correlation coefficient is O f f, the re
gression coofficiont is 0#620£0#004 (data for 1902/63)#
2ho regression coofficiont corresponds to our k# flirt
k (1 con bo explains the first place be? til© premia*
fact that with increasing wealth earned income is loos
and lose important* in the second pi co perhopo by the
fact that incooo froa shores which dooinotos for tho
large- wealth does no^ontciu the uniiatribuiof profits#
Since tho Pareto coefficient for wealth was 1*33 in 1962/63,
vo should expect it to bo 2*20 for incooo on the basic of
too theory# In reality 1 o ess 2#0cW A setter coircspoadonco
is hardly to bo ejected, ofneo the wooltlir-distribution ot
-disto.'.'teO. by'“tlier'sioei. ei.chongcr boon"—
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