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DESIGUALDAD GLOBAL:La distribución del ingreso en 141 países

  • Isabel Ortiz
  • Matthew Cummins

    (Division of Policy and Practice,UNICEF)

Este documento: (i) proporciona una visión de las desigualdades del ingreso mundial, regional y nacional basada en los últimos datos de distribución del Banco Mundial, UNU-WIDER y Eurostat, (ii) analiza las consecuencias negativas del aumento de la desigualdad para el desarrollo, (iii) presenta la agenda de desarrollo de la ONU, centrada en la equidad, (iv) señala la alta probabilidad de que las desigualdades se agraven debido a la crisis económica mundial, (v) llama a cambios urgentes en la política a nivel nacional e internacional para asegurar una “recuperación para todos,” y (vi) como fuente de referencia general, el anexo 2 presenta una síntesis actualizada de datos sobre distribución del ingreso y desigualdad en 141 países.

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Paper provided by UNICEF,Division of Policy and Strategy in its series Working papers with number 1104.

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Date of creation: 2012
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  1. Isabel Ortiz & Jingqing Chai & Matthew Cummins, 2011. "Escalating Food Prices: The threat to poor households and policies to safeguard a Recovery for All," Working papers 1101, UNICEF,Division of Policy and Strategy.
  2. Isabel Ortiz & Jingqing Chai & Matthew Cummins, 2011. "Identifying Fiscal Space:Options for Social and Economic Development for Children and Poor Households in 184 Countries," Working papers 1108, UNICEF,Division of Policy and Strategy.
  3. Coady, David P. & Grosh, Margaret & Hoddinott, John, 2002. "Targeting outcomes redux," FCND briefs 144, International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI).
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