Los Cambios en la Distribución del Ingreso de Argentina entre 1998 Y 2005: Un Análisis de Microdescomposiciones Utilizando Información de Paneles
This paper analyses the changes in inequality occurred during the period 1998 – 2005. A set of results are presented in order to contribute to a better understanding of the changes in inequality. The obtained results show that important distributive effects were hidden by the apparent observed distribution stability between both years. The returns to education have played an important role in the rise in inequality while the rise in the unobservable factors and the higher levels of employment seem to have reduced it.
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