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The Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) is highly diverse. It is also divided. The most striking example is the development divide that separates ASEAN's newer members of Cambodia, the Lao People's Democratic Republic, Myanmar, and Viet Nam - the CLMV countrie - from the...
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This paper analyses the relationship between income inequality and growth in transition economies. The distinct and … rejected by our data. On the contrary, a (first) half U pattern is found to be adequate for describing the inequality …-growth relationship. Consequently, the rising inequality commonly observed in transition economies does not constitute part of the …
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The Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) is highly diverse. It is also divided. The most striking example is the development divide that separates ASEAN’s newer members of Cambodia, the Lao People’s Democratic Republic, Myanmar, and Viet Nam—the CLMV countries—from the...
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possible implications of this key fact by surveying and adapting literature on growth and inequality. I focus especially on the …
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The paper analyses economic inequality in Croatia in comparison with other transition economies of Central, East and … of income inequality. The decomposition analysis of the period 2000-2006 shows that, although the concentration of income … from paid employment was rising, overall stability of income inequality was due to a reduction of the more unequally …
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The paper analyses economic inequality in Croatia in comparison with other transition economies of Central, East and … of income inequality. The decomposition analysis of the period 2000-2006 shows that, although the concentration of income … from paid employment was rising, overall stability of income inequality was due to a reduction of the more unequally …
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