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This paper examines the sources of differences in social mobility between the U.S. and Denmark. Measured by income mobility, Denmark is a more mobile society, but not when measured by educational mobility. There are pronounced nonlinearities in income and educational mobility in both countries....
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redistributions. Nonetheless, the social-mobility argument for redistribution is not satisfactory, as actual transition probabilities …
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and upward mobility relative to own parents on job and life satisfaction, preferences for redistribution, pro … social status is associated with less favourable attitudes to redistribution and the public sector, greater upward mobility …
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relative to one's parents on job and life satisfaction, preferences for redistribution, pro-public sector attitudes and voting … favourable attitudes to redistribution and the public sector, greater upward mobility is associated with more Left-wing attitudes …
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incomes. This paper assesses the net welfare benefit of mobility by assuming both a social aversion to inequality in permanent … and on the inequality of income across individuals. Using panel data, we find that Canada's tax system limits … income equalizing effect of taxes can reach up to 23 percent of mean income at the higher values of inequality aversion that …
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