A Note On Income Inequality In East And Central Europe
Comparative Economic Studies
This paper examines the proposition that the transition process to a capitalist economic system in Eastern and Central European nations has introduced greater income inequality than in long-time capitalist nations at similar stages of development. In the empirical analysis, I use comparable inequality data from the Luxembourg Income Study, hold constant a number of general causal determinants of inequality, and show that such inequality in Eastern and Central Europe is significantly less than in nations where capitalism has long held sway.
Frederic L. Pryor.
"A Note On Income Inequality In East And Central Europe".
Comparative Economic Studies.
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