The article examines the impact of the size of inequality in positional goods, presenting the distinction between ordinal positional goods and cardinal positional goods. Topics discussed include inequality location along the scale of distribution, the positional dimension of political power in a multipartisan parliament, and the consumption of the positional good and policies governing their consumption.
- CONSUMER goods
- ECONOMIC development
- DISTRIBUTION (Economic theory)
- PHYSICAL distribution of goods
- RESEARCHER positionality