‘The Price of Inequality,’ by Joseph E

Inflation can have negative effects on many of the key economic outcomes such as economic growth, exports, international competitiveness and income inequality.

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Forthcoming: , Anton Korinek, Joseph E. Stiglitz. in , Agrawal, Gans, and Goldfarb. 2017

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Evidence from a panel dataset using an OLS regression confirms the presence of the Kuznets’ inverted-U hypothesis for developed economies, indicating that there is a negative relationship between income per capita and income inequality.

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Numbers of these people live from paycheck to paycheck, barely getting by, not because they manage their money poorly, but because the value of their time at work is negligible (Chapter 2 Economic Inequalit...

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Employment is a main measure of economic participation in an economy and the issue of inequality, in terms of income and gender, plays an important role in the social protection available in an economy.

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In the final section, I draw upon theorists and propose a research perspective that I believe might help to further advance the sociological inquiry of urban inequality....

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4.3 HIGHER INCOME CONSISTENT INEQUALITY Singapore has recorded higher GDP over the years and it is evidenced from the increasing income of Singaporean across group.

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In The Price of InequalityStiglitz visits this problem and searches for the source of the economic inequality that the United States is faced with today....

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To contrast the positive and negative impacts of neoliberalism Huber and Solt have taken into account five indicators: growth, economic stability and absence of volatility, poverty, inequality and quality of democracy (Huber and Solt 151).


In the discussion that follows I address some of the leading theories and common threads that enable urban sociologists to engage in the comprehensive examination of how and why urban inequality persists.

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It is common to find that individuals in the lower quintile of the population are greatly affected by income inequality, not only because they receive a small amount of total income, but they don’t have the necessary resources to develop themselves, both academically and personally....