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GINI Intermediate Report WP 5: Political and Cultural Impacts of Inequality


  • Herman Werfhorst

    (FMG, Universiteit van Amsterdam)

  • István György Tóth

    (TÁRKI Social Research Institute)

  • Daniel Horn

    (Institute of Economics, Hungarian Academy of Sciences, TÁRKI Social Research Institute (TÁRKI))

  • Márton Medgyesi
  • Natascha Notten

    (Faculteit der Sociale Wetenschappen, Radboud Universiteit Nijmegen)

  • Christina Haas
  • Burg, B. (Brian)


Introduction This report describes the results of work package 5 of the European research project Growing Inequalities’ Impacts (GINI). The GINI project is funded by the seventh Framework Programme of the European Commission. Its main mission is to study the effects of economic and educational inequalities on a wide range of outcomes, including housing, health, family formation, living standards, political participation, social trust and value orientations. Furthermore, the GINI project assesses not only whether inequality is related to such outcomes, but whether public policies have modifi ed or mitigated undesirable outcomes related to inequalities. ....

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  • Herman Werfhorst & István György Tóth & Daniel Horn & Márton Medgyesi & Natascha Notten & Christina Haas & Burg, B. (Brian), 2012. "GINI Intermediate Report WP 5: Political and Cultural Impacts of Inequality," GINI Discussion Papers wp5, AIAS, Amsterdam Institute for Advanced Labour Studies.
  • Handle: RePEc:aia:ginidp:wp5

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