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Growing Income Inequalities



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Chusseau Nathalie (autres ouvrages et documents)

Associate Professor of Economics at the University of Lille 1, France. Her research centres on the economic analysis of inequality and unemployment in relation to labour market institutions and social policies within globalized economies.

Hellier Joël (autres ouvrages et documents)

Professor of Economics at both the University of Nantes and the University of Lille 1, France. His research centres on the economic analysis of inequality in relation to globalization and intergenerational skill mobility, particularly from a theoretical point of view.


Editeur : Palgrave Macmillan
Isbn : 9780230303423
Nombre de pages : 344
Prix : 0 €
Parution : novembre 2012

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This book provides an up-to-date survey of existing economic literature on the dimensions of growing income inequalities in both advanced and emerging countries. The different explanations and dimensions of inequalities are addressed, particularly globalization, technical progress, in-work poverty, changes in labour market institutions, education and intergenerational mobility, growth and development. The nine chapters provide simplified models exploring each of these elements, and assess commonly accepted explanations and mechanisms.

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PART I: WHERE DO WE STAND? WHY IS IT SO?
Growing Income Inequalities in Advanced Countries; N.Chusseau & M.Dumont
Inequality in Emerging Countries; N.Chusseau & J.Hellier
The Working Poor; E.Kalugina
PART II: GLOBALIZATION, TECHNICAL CHANGE AND INEQUALITY
The North-South HOS Model, Inequality and Globalization; J.Hellier
Is There A Tradeoff Between Wage Inequality and Unemployment? M.Dumont
PART III: INEQUALITY, INSTITUTIONS AND LABOUR MARKETS
Growing Inequalities, Globalization and Trade Unions; G.Rayp
Efficiency Wages and Inequality; W.Meeusen & V.Stavrevska
PART IV: INEQUALITY, EDUCATION AND GROWTH
Education, Intergenerational Mobility and Inequality; N.Chusseau & J.Hellier
Inequality, Growth and Welfare: The Main Links; J.Hellier & S.Lambrecht










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