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in both, the global distribution of income in the world and the global distribution of income in Latin America. Finally … American countries in terms of reduction of income inequality has been remarkable good in the first decade of this century …. Given that those improvements took place in a context of rising inequality in most of the world, the evolution of income …
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implications for trends in income levels and the distribution of income. First, we consider skill-biased technological change as a … determinant of income and labor market outcomes in the arts. Arguably, the IT revolution has changed the demand for certain skills … markets. Third, we touch upon the rise of online contract labor in certain creative professions as a determinant of income …
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After a decade of strong progress toward the goal of reducing the high levels of income disparities, there are clear …
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This paper is the first to compare global trends in income and wealth inequality this century. It is based on large … income and wealth microdata samples designed to be representative of all countries in the world. Measured by the Gini … coefficient, inequality between countries accounts for about two-thirds of global income inequality, but noticeably less - around …
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his paper investigates some major changes in the wealth distribution in China using the data from two national …, enabling a detailed analysis of changes in wealth distribution among Chinese households. Our analysis indicates that the wealth … distribution in China as a whole became much more unequal in 2002 than it was in 1995. The housing reform, in which public …
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and the unemployed – serves not to undermine but to boost the overall income share of capitalists. And as employment … growth decelerates, the income share of the Top 1% – which includes the capitalists as well as their protective power belt … unemployment and zero job growth when these very processes serve to boost their income-share-read-power? …
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After a decade of strong progress toward the goal of reducing the high levels of income disparities, there are clear …
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The Scientist and the Church is a wide-ranging biography of research, showcasing Bichler and Nitzan’s attempts to break through the stifling dogmas of the academic church and chart a new scientific cosmology of capitalism. Central to the authors’ work is the notion that capital is not a...
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After the 1997 financial crisis, the neo-liberal restructuring of the Korean political economy accelerated dramatically. While there is a general consensus that the reform has had negative consequences for Korean society, heated debates continue over the culprits of the 1997 crisis and the...
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How business cycles affect income-related distribution of diseases and health disorders is largely unknown. We examine … how the prevalence of thirty diseases and health conditions is distributed across the income spectrum using survey data … to analyze how income-related health inequality changed across time periods that can be described as a boom, crisis and …
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