INCOME INEQUALITY ACROSS REGIONS OVER TIME
Political Science, International Development, and International Affairs
This paper provides a profile of regional income inequality using a distributional criterion whereby a state's share of total income equals its share of total population. The results for 1929 to 1990 show that inequality persisted among regions with a substantial declining trend up to 1979 and a slight rise thereafter. On the other hand, equality among states within their regions is found to have been the condition since 1929.
GROWTH AND CHANGE
(1993). INCOME INEQUALITY ACROSS REGIONS OVER TIME. GROWTH AND CHANGE, 24(3), 303-319.
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