Inequality Between Nations
Inequalities between nations are large but determining their magnitude and whether they have increased or decreased over time is not a simple matter. The conclusions that one reaches depend on the concept of inequality that one uses and on the point of view that one adopts.
KeywordsChild mortality Educational attainment Gini ratio Global inequality Globalization Household surveys Income mobility Inequality between nations Inter-country inequality International inequality Nutrition Power Purchasing power parity Value judgements Voice Well-being
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