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эк. классическая теория распределения (теория распределения в классической экономической теории; рассматривала распределение как формирование доходов основных классов общества: рабочих, землевладельцев, капиталистов; включала философский и нормативный аспекты, так как пыталась понять природу и обоснованность тех или иных доходов)
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