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Title: Inequality in the Developing World
Authors: Carlos Gradín
Murray Leibbrandt
Finn Tarp
Keywords: kinh tế; lịch sử kinh tế; thu nhập; Bình đẳng; Phát triển
Issue Date: 2021
Publisher: Oxford University Press
Abstract: Inequality has emerged as a key development challenge. It holds implications for economic growth and redistribution and translates into power asymmetries that can endanger human rights, create conflict, and embed social exclusion and chronic poverty. For these reasons, it underpins intense public and academic debates and has become a dominant policy concern within many countries and in all multilateral agencies. It is at the core of the 17 goals of the UN 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development. This book contributes to this important discussion by presenting assessments of the measurement and analysis of global inequality by leading inequality scholars, aligning these to comprehensive reviews of inequality trends in five of the world's largest developing countries - Brazil, China, India, Mexico, and South Africa.
Description: Ebook miễn phí tại trang
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