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L’Inégalité Mondiale: La Répartition des Revenus dans 141 Pays

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  • Isabel Ortiz
  • Matthew Cummins

    (Division of Policy and Practice,UNICEF)

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Ce document: (i) donne un aperçu de l'inégalité du revenu mondial, régional et national sur la base des dernières données de la Banque mondiale, l'UNU-WIDER et Eurostat, (ii) examine les conséquences négatives de l'inégalité croissante des revenus pour le développement, (iii) appelle à un programme de développement de l'ONU fondé sur l'équité, (iv) décrit la probabilité d’inégalités exacerbées au cours de la crise économique mondiale, (v) plaide pour des changements politiques urgents aux niveaux national et international pour assurer une «Reprise pour Tous», et (vi) sert de source de référence générale. L’annexe 2 présente un résumé actualisé des données sur la répartition des revenus et des inégalités dans 141 pays.

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Paper provided by UNICEF,Division of Policy and Strategy in its series Working papers with number 1103.

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Length: 77 pages
Date of creation: 2012
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Handle: RePEc:uce:wpaper:1103

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Keywords: inégalité du revenu; répartition du revenu; quintiles; équité; relance après crise; politique de développement;

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