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Income inequality: Implications and relevant economic policies

Income inequality: Implications and relevant economic policies

... redistribution and the financial liberalization policies led to a period of financial engineering in the US, namely securitisation in the form of what we now know as interlinked securities, based on ... See full document

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Poverty, inequality and income policies: Lula´s real

Poverty, inequality and income policies: Lula´s real

... short and long term trends in intervals of administrative ...crises, and actions of other factors such as families, companies NGOs, etc, and the remaining levels of ...coordinator and ... See full document

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Household income inequality and economic growth in Brazil

Household income inequality and economic growth in Brazil

... growth and income inequality, and taking for reference the most recent contributions in light of the theory of economic growth, it can grouped the growth models in at least four types: ... See full document

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Financial frictions, informality and income inequality

Financial frictions, informality and income inequality

... period and increased spreads on the dynamics of aggregate variables such as household consumption, interest rate and product in a model of heterogeneous ...rate and the product, a result also found ... See full document

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INCOME DISTRIBUTION DETERMINANTS AND PUBLIC SPENDING EFFICIENCY

INCOME DISTRIBUTION DETERMINANTS AND PUBLIC SPENDING EFFICIENCY

... inheritance and societal traditions and norms, there are more individually-nested, or random factors, which also play important ...intelligence, and even look not directly inherited and (b) ... See full document

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Poverty, Inequality and Social Policies in Brazil

Poverty, Inequality and Social Policies in Brazil

... of income, but also access to public goods and services, means dealing with different types of vulnerability through various modes of intervention, combining more immediate measures for alleviating poverty, ... See full document

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Bras. Political Sci. Rev.  vol.9 número2

Bras. Political Sci. Rev. vol.9 número2

... for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD), have shown that the State reduces ...reduced inequality (BLAU and KAHN, 1996; GUSTAFSSON and JOHANSSON, 1999; MILANOVIC, 1994), that ... See full document

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Braz. oral res.  vol.26 número especial 1

Braz. oral res. vol.26 número especial 1

... social, economic, cultural, environmental and health-system-related determinants are part of a web of possible causes of dental ...public policies of social protection and economic ... See full document

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Income Inequality Decomposition, Russia 1992-2002: Method and Application

Income Inequality Decomposition, Russia 1992-2002: Method and Application

... the income inequality of societies, a range of indices is used by economists and social ...Theil and Atkinson coefficients and the Mean Logarithmic Deviation), and the percentile ... See full document

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Impact of  expenses in strategic sectors for Brazilian poty art jaaraújo impact

Impact of expenses in strategic sectors for Brazilian poty art jaaraújo impact

... cycles and macroeconomic policies, the government should be concerned about implementing measures that can stabilize the ...Although income inequality has been reduced in recent years, it ... See full document

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Poverty, inequality and income policies: Lula's real

Poverty, inequality and income policies: Lula's real

... our economic scenario does not rival other emerging countries’? At the pace of the national accounts statistics, and GDP in particular, we would not be a real BRIC (Brasil, Russia, India and China) ... See full document

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Inequality and economic growth in Latin

Inequality and economic growth in Latin

... the inequality coefficient becomes non-significant, particularly when regional dummies are ...measurement and the omission of variables can bias the estimation. Third, and according to Forbes the ... See full document

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Targeting the poor: a macroeconomic analysis of cash transfer programs

Targeting the poor: a macroeconomic analysis of cash transfer programs

... What are the effects of transfers targeting the poor on income inequality, wealth inequality, poverty, employment, and welfare2. • two policy views:.[r] ... See full document

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Income-transfer policies in Brazil and Argentina.

Income-transfer policies in Brazil and Argentina.

... Tanto o BF como a AUHPS têm como fundamento a transitoriedade da situa- ção do beneficiário. No caso do Programa Bolsa Família, o suposto é que a con- cessão do benefício e a exigência d[r] ... See full document

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Mapping poverty, inequality and the new middle class in Brazil

Mapping poverty, inequality and the new middle class in Brazil

... similar inequality reduction to that observed since 2001: we grew a third of the 1970s growth, but we reduced poverty more in this current ...in inequality is comparable in magnitude to the famous increase ... See full document

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Rational expectations, income policies and game theory

Rational expectations, income policies and game theory

... a word, staggered wage setting with high inflation rates makes. a strong case in favor of income policies.[r] ... See full document

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Determinants of global income inequality

Determinants of global income inequality

... to inequality is the“skill-biased technolog- ical change” (SBTC), ...assess and “is usually subsumed in the unexplained part of modeling”, although Katz and Autor (1999) view it as the most important ... See full document

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Testing Kuznets’ Hypothesis for Russian Regions: Trends and Interpretations

Testing Kuznets’ Hypothesis for Russian Regions: Trends and Interpretations

... A and B, respectively), which dif- fered by the level and structure of ...that economic development occurred with the non-agricultural sector expanding and agricultural sector ...of ... See full document

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What causes violent crime?

What causes violent crime?

... that, as expected, crime is counter-cyc1ica1; stagnant economic activity induces heightened homicide rates. Second, higher income inequality, measured by the Gini index, increas[r] ... See full document

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On the positive correlation between income inequality and unemployment

On the positive correlation between income inequality and unemployment

... When alpha is very close to one (but not one), the Gini is very close to one as well, because a very small percentage of the population happens to get job o¤ers. All the remaining workers have no o¤ers and a wage ... See full document

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