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Inequality and inclusive growth in rich countries.

Author: NOLAN.
Publisher: [Place of publication not identified] E-CONTENT GENERIC VENDOR.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : English
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This book addresses the central challenge facing rich countries: how to promote growth and prosperity that is widely shared rather than concentrated at the top. It identifies structures and policies that are associated with limiting the rise in inequality and promoting income growth.
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Additional Physical Format: (OCoLC)1023370137
Material Type: Document
Document Type: Book, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: NOLAN.
ISBN: 0191844829 9780191844829
OCLC Number: 1020635136
Description: 1 online resource
Contents: 1: Brian Nolan: Introduction2: Michael Foerster and Brian Nolan: Inequality and Living Standards: Key Trends and Drivers3: Peter Whiteford and Daniel Nethery: Left Behind? Inequality and Inclusive Growth - Assessing the Australian experience4: Ive Marx and Gerlinde Verbist: Belgium, a poster child for inclusive growth?5: Lars Osberg: Canada's Middle Class - Forever Further Behind?6: Philippe Askenazy and Bruno Palier: France: rising precariousness supported by the welfare state7: Gerhard Bosch and Thorsten Kalina: Understanding Rising Income Inequality and Stagnating Ordinary Living Standards in Germany8: Andrea Brandolini, Romina Gambacorta, and Alfonso Rosolia: Inequality Amid Stagnation: Italy Over the Last Quarter of a Century9: Wiemer Salverda and Stefan Thewissen: How has the middle fared in the Netherlands? A tale of stagnation and population shifts10: Luis Ayala and Olga Canto: The driving forces of rising inequality in Spain: Is there more to it than a deep worsening of low income households' living standards?11: Damian Grimshaw, Anthony Rafferty, and Matt Whittaker: Inequality and inclusive growth: the case of the UK12: Lane Kenworthy: America's Great Decoupling13: Brian Nolan: Conclusions and Implications

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