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Author Gradstein, Mark.

Title Democracy and income inequality [electronic resource] : an empirical analysis / Mark Gradstein, Branko Milanovic, Yvonne Ying.

Published Washington, DC : World Bank, Development Research Group, Poverty and Human Resources, [2001]

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Series Policy research working paper ; 2561
Policy research working papers ; 2561.
World Bank e-Library.
Notes "March 2001"--Cover.
Title from title screen as viewed on Sept. 17, 2002.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (p. 36-38).
Summary Ideology, as proxied by a country's dominant religion, seems to be related to inequality. In Judeo-Christian societies increased democratization appears to lower inequality; in Muslim and Confucian societies it has an insignificant effect. One reason for this difference may be that Muslim and Confucian societies rely on informal transfers to reach the desired level of inequality, while Judeo-Christian societies, where family ties are weaker, use political action.
Other formats Also available in print.
Other author Milanovic, Branko.
Ying, Yvonne.
World Bank. Development Research Group. Poverty and Human Resources.
Subject Democratization -- Religious aspects.
Equality -- Religious aspects.
Income distribution -- Religious aspects.