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|Type:||Artigo de periódico|
|Title:||The Reduction Of Income Inequality And The Participation Of The Top 1% In The Brasil, 2000-2010 [a Queda Da Desigualdade De Renda Corrente E A Participação Do 1% De Domicílios De Maior Renda, 2000-2010]|
|Abstract:||According to OECD, the recent process of deterioration of the income distribution chain in developing and developed countries has been marked by increased participation of 1% of households with higher income. In the past decade, Brazil has escaped the general trend of deterioration of the income distribution. This paper shows that the reduction of economic inequality was accompanying the reluctance of the participation of top 1%, arguing that the reproduction of the movement more generally requires that this participation has been reduced in the current decade, to enable sustained growth and development with social justice.|
|Editor:||Centro de Economia Politica|
|Appears in Collections:||Unicamp - Artigos e Outros Documentos|
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