How can we caracterize the evolution of income inequality, poverty and social mobility in Germany ? An analysis based on the Socio-Economic Panel Study (SOEP) by Markus M. Grabka and Jan Goebel extracted from DIW Economic Bulletin.
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During the next 40 years or so carbon emissions will have to be cut by 80 or 90 (...)
The agenda setting of the fight against poverty belongs to the long-term cooperation (...)
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L’enquête datée de mars 2012 interroge le rapport des Européens aux inégalités (...)
Comme indiqué dans des articles précédents, la moitié de la population hongroise (...)
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