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Incomplete inequality

9 June 2014 By Daniel Indiviglio

Gross income growth has been wildly unequal over several decades, but the measure is crude. Comparisons based on living standards and income mobility suggest that the poor have not done so badly. Add in a change in the way people live, and the picture is truly muddy. 

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