... lower **income** social sectors and financially excluded segments of the population (Arriola, ...and **income** **inequality** in Latin- American ...household **income** that resulted in higher schooling ...

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... that **income** **inequality** is harmful for economic growth, particularly in those countries with relatively low levels of ...that **income** **inequality** produces incentives for resources to be ...

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... did **inequality** decline in Latin America during the 2000s? The evidence, still preliminary, points out to several different ...reduced **inequality** in attainment and made the returns to education curve less ...

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... family **income** **inequality**, they do not dif ferentiate between the labor force status of the wife and that of other household ...labor **income** among married ...fect **income** distribution in general ...

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... of **income** **inequality** from that decade on is hence ...of **income** **inequality** in the ...the **inequality** changes in most LAC countries in the last three ...70s **inequality** only ...

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... of **income** **inequality** from that decade on is hence ...of **income** **inequality** in the ...the **inequality** changes in most LAC countries in the last three ...70s **inequality** only ...

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... The microeconomic model used provides a compact explanation for most of the changes, except for the rise in earnings of female workers. The interaction of supply and demand for skill fully explained the behavior of ...

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... gross **income** **inequality** measure has a significant negative impact on both types of expenditures, and also is significantly and importantly associated with lower direct taxes, showing that more egalitarian ...

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... that **income** **inequality** is not directly associated with the health of the population that live in the metropolitan regions of Brazil, corroborating many of the studies that point to mean **income** and ...

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... **Income** **inequality** is treated as a Dependent Variable (DV) within a regression ...economic **inequality** were treated as independent variables and were named Explanatory Variables (EV), and for each of ...

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... First, **inequality** is high and ...persistent, **inequality** (Lustig, et ...reduces **inequality** by nearly ...in **income** **inequality**, by allowing individuals to be more competitive in the labor ...

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... Nevertheless, well-known mainstream economists are increasingly acknowledging that **income** **inequality** was an important contributing factor to the crisis (e.g. Rajan, 2010; Roubini, 2011). Among them, ...

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... absolute **inequality** may be more important than changes in relative **inequality** (and vice ...absolute **income** differences increase the expected utility of illegal activities and thus generate incentives ...

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... levels projected backwards using indexes of real product (Bairoch, 1976; Maddison, 1995). However, the relative positions depend on both prices and quantities, and the compa risons can change when these considerations ...

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... Orthodox theory has found empirical support to the extent that the surge of mar- ket-oriented policies, implemented worldwide since the 1980s, has encouraged the FDI flow from developed to developing countries and one of ...

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... hand, **inequality** of outcomes increases incentives to work, thereby raising overall ...through **income** **inequality**, ...and **inequality** of outcomes, and a normative ordering should incorporate both ...

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... top **income** **inequality** fairly well until the mid-’90s, but it fails to match the sub- sequent increases in top **income** ...top **income** **inequality** since the ...top **income** ...

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... decades **income** **inequality** decreased in most Latin American countries, **income** tax records estimations for specific countries suggest that top incomes shares remained steady or even ...primary ...

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... however, it was possible to discern the shift in the distribution of authors' conclusions on the question of change~ in farmer-level income inequality during the Green Revolution period [r] ...

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... mean **income** series with **inequality** estimates in order to obtain aggregate welfare ...Average **income** figures are estimated from National Accounts while **income** **inequality** indices are ...

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