Márton Medgyesi

L’évolution des inégalités de revenus en Hongrie

23 avril 2012 - Selon le dernier rapport de l’Organisation de coopération et de de développement économiques (OCDE) [1], la Hongrie – à l’instar de la France et de la Belgique – fait partie du groupe de pays dans lesquels les inégalités de revenus sont restées stables au sein de la période étudiée (du milieu des années (...)

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Marton Medgyesi holds a PhD in Sociology from Corvinus University, Budapest and an MSc in Applied Economics from IEP, Paris. He is currently senior researcher at TARKI Social Research Institute. His main research interests are analysis of income inequality, intergenerational transfers and the analysis of attitudes towards inequalities and redistribution.

The fast increase in inequality during the transition to the market economy was a painful experience for the Hungarian society. Inequality is a central question ever since : the legitimacy of large fortunes is often questioned and political parties promise extensive redistribution to increase their popularity. As public interest towards inequalities is high, there is a need to mediate scientific evidence to the wider public. This is why I find the objective of Inequality Watch attractive. It opens the possibility of informing the public and it also offers the possibility of comparison to experiences of other EU countries. As a researcher of inequalities at Tarki Social Research Institute I’m happy to be part of such collaboration.

Inequality Watch ?

Inequality Watch, l’Observatoire européen des inégalités, est un réseau européen né de la volonté d’associations et de centres de recherche indépendants d’observer l’état et l’évolution des inégalités en Europe.

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