An anatomy of inclusive growth in Europe
Zsolt Darvas (),
Guntram Wolff and
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Read the Working Paper 'Some are more equal than others- new estimates of global and regional inequality'. Access the dataset 'Global and regional Gini coefficients'. Key findings Contrary to many perceptions, income inequality in the EU has fallen over the past two decades. In the EU as a whole, and in most EU members, absolute poverty is rare and income inequality is low. Strong welfare states have offered protection against inequality....
Date: Written 2016-10 Originally published 2016-10.
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