The great recession and the distribution of household income edited by stephen p jenkins andrea brandolini john micklewright and brian nolan fondazione rodolfo debendetti reports comprehensive analysis of the impact of the great recession on household incomes and how the major economic downturn has affected how well off people are. This is a cross national study of the impact of the great recession gr on the distribution of household incomes looking at real income levels poverty rates and income inequality the book focuses on the period 2007 9 but also considers longer term impacts three contributions are made first the book reviews lessons from the past about the relationships between macroeconomic change . Global income distribution from the fall of the berlin wall to the great recession christoph laknerand branko milanovic we present an improved panel database of national household surveys between 1988 and 2008 in 2008 the global gini index is around 705 having declined by approxi mately 2 gini points. Xiii european conference the great recession and the distribution of household income stephen p jenkins andrea brandolini john micklewright and brian nolan. The great recession of 2007 2009 triggered a sharp prolonged decline in the wealth of american families and an already large wealth gap between white households and black and hispanic households widened further in its immediate aftermathbut the racial and ethnic wealth gap has evolved differently for families at different income levels according to a new pew research center analysis of
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