Reform and Inequality during the Transition: An Analysis Using Panel Houshold Survey Data, 1990-2006
This paper, using for the first time household survey data from 26 post-communist countries, covering the period 1990-2005, examines correlates of unprecedented increases in inequality registered by most of these economies. We find that, after controlling
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