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By Fred Campano and Dominick Salvatore


The Kuznets ' U-shaped hypothesis, which postulates that income inequality first increases and then decreases during the development, has been extensively tested and empirically confirmed. The reason that income inequality first rises and then falls during the development process, however, has not been adequately analyzed and explained

Year: 2014
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