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Changes in income distribution in New England

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  • Ross J. Gittell
  • Jason Rudokas

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Although by some measures New Englanders are doing well economically, the region has experienced the largest jump in household income inequality of all nine census divisions. The authors parse the data.

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  • Ross J. Gittell & Jason Rudokas, 2007. "Changes in income distribution in New England," Communities and Banking, Federal Reserve Bank of Boston, issue Fall, pages 20-23.
  • Handle: RePEc:fip:fedbcb:y:2007:i:fall:p:20-23
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    Income distribution - New England;

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