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Through adopting Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) countries have targeted to reduce income inequality within and across countries.
The report said that the story of rising inequality in India is "as much about rising income inequality as it is about inequality in non-income dimensions" such as education, health, nutrition, sanitation and opportunities.
History shows us how closely the two inequality and violence have been intertwined.
The James M and Cathleen D Stone Centre for the Study of Wealth Inequality was established in recognition of James M and Cathleen D Stone's gift to the school.
It is in this context that the ebb of the welfare state and the increase in inequality submits states and their institutions to tensions (Hobsbawn, 2007, p.
The last time income inequality in the UK peaked was 1913.
For example, we might be more concerned about forms of inequality that prevent people from satisfying their preferences and less concerned about forms of inequality that result from people actually satisfying those preferences.
Highlighting the issue of rising inequality, the Minister said, 'Income inequality was only one aspect of inequality whereas disparities in terms of gender, region etc also needs to be addressed to ensure sustainable development.
Referring to the issue of rising inequality, he stated that income inequality was only one aspect of inequality whereas disparities in terms of gender in the region also needed to be addressed to ensure sustainable development.
IN THE LAST SEVERAL years there has been an explosion of mainstream economics literature on inequality including writings by Branko Milanovic who spent decades at the World Bank and is author of the The Haves and the Have-Nots: A Brief and Idiosyncratic History of Global Inequality (New York: Basic Books, 2012).
Latin America is the region with the greatest inequality in terms of incomes.
Michael Schneider published the first edition of his book on inequality in wealth distribution in 2003.