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Vierteljahrshefte zur Wirtschaftsforschung 1 / 1997

Gender Differences in Poverty and its Duration: An Analysis of Germany and Great Britain

1997| Elisabetta Ruspini
Economic Bulletin 7 / 1997

Globalisation: Source of Woe or Source of Wealth?

1997| Harald Trabold
Economic Bulletin 2 / 1997

Immigration Has Increased Income Inequality and Poverty in Germany Slightly

1997| Joachim R. Frick, Felix Büchel, Peter Krause, Gert G. Wagner
Monographien

Income Inequality and Poverty in Eastern and Western Europe

Heidelberg [u.a.]: Physica-Verl., 1997, VIII, 253 S.
(Contributions to Economics)
| Notburga Ott, Gert G. Wagner (Eds.)
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Measurement of Poverty - Examplified by the German Case

In: Notburga Ott, Gert G. Wagner (Eds.) , Income Inequality and Poverty in Eastern and Western Europe
S. 69-89
| Erik J. S. Plug, Peter Krause, Bernard M. S. Van Praag, Gert G. Wagner
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Income Inequality and Poverty Dynamics in Poland and East-Germany before and under Transition

In: Notburga Ott, Gert G. Wagner (Eds.) , Income Inequality and Poverty in Eastern and Western Europe
S. 207-233
| Joachim R. Frick, Irena Topinska, Gert G. Wagner, Klaus Müller
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Trends in the Income Distribution of Unified Germany Analyzed by Decomposable Inequality Measures

In: Notburga Ott, Gert G. Wagner (Eds.) , Income Inequality and Poverty in Eastern and Western Europe
S. 235-253
| Johannes Schwarze
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Public Deficits and Income Distribution: Results of an Econometric Business Cycle Model for the Federal Republic of Germany

In: Ed by Pantelis Capros... , Budgetary Policy Modelling
S. 161-175
Routledge New International Studies in Economic Modelling ; 2
| Rudolf Zwiener
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A Comparison of Alternative Measures of Economic Well-Being for Germany and the United States

This paper, using six waves of data (1984-89) from the United States Panel Study of Income Dynamics (PSID) and the German Socio-Economic Panel (GSOEP), compares economic well-being using single year income, multi-year income, and wealth as measures. We find inequality to be greater in the United States than in Germany regardless of the measure used. However, the relative degree of inequality varies ...

In: The Review of Income and Wealth 43 (1997), 2, S. 153-171 | Richard V. Burkhauser, Joachim R. Frick, Johannes Schwarze
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