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Fig. 3 | Latin American Economic Review

Fig. 3

From: A short episodic history of income distribution in Argentina

Fig. 3

Sources: Alvaredo (2010) and The World Top Incomes Database for income, and Vazquez Presedo (1998) for exports

Agricultural and livestock exports and income at the top, Argentina 1932–1956. Income at the top 1 and 0.1% is the real amount of income reported by the top 1 and 0.1% income recipients. The vertical axis measures the logarithm of exports and the logarithm of the top 1% and the top 0.1% incomes

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