World Income Inequality and its Components
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About 65 percent of total income inequality in the non-communist world is accounted for by international inequality, and about 35 percent by inequality within nations. More than 70 percent of international inequality is accounted for by the inequality of two major regions.
KeywordsIncome Inequality Capita Income Income Distribution Gini Coefficient Income Share
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