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Marta Tienda
2017
in aggravating educational inequality by not guaranteeing free, public education as a basic right during ... achievement is troubling because U.S. income inequality rose appreciably over the past 40 years (Autor, 2014). ...
Sara McLanahan
2017
| inequality In a recent series of papers, Chetty et al. (1–3) show that the eco-nomic prospects of children ... and lower levels of income inequality, residential segregation, crime, and single-parent households. ... on self-regulation (9, 10). Socioeco- nomic inequities in the early acquisition of these competencies are widely ...
Marta Tienda
2017
in aggravating educational inequality by not guaranteeing free, public education as a basic right during ... achievement is troubling because U.S. income inequality rose appreciably over the past 40 years (Autor, 2014). ...
Pietro Ortoleva
2017
The effect of economic development, excess poverty and income inequality on the homicide rate for 167 ...
Janet Currie
2017
ABSTRACT: Higher asthma rates are one of the more obvious ways that health inequalities between ... No. I14,R23 ABSTRACT Higher asthma rates are one of the more obvious ways that health inequalities ... jcurrie@princeton.edu 1 Introduction Higher asthma rates are one of the more obvious ways that health inequalities ...
Michael Oppenheimer
2017
value distribution fit is also important.Jensen’s inequality (Jensen 1906), the convex trans- formation ... of the random variable. As a result of Jensen’s inequality and the approximate log-linearity of flood frequency ... � d)/N(z)] � N (z � E[d])/N(z). This inequality holds even if the distribution of SLR is symmetric, ...
Michael Oppenheimer
2017
generating a large transfer of value northward and westward that increases economic inequality. By the late ... that are already poorer on average, climate change tends to increase preexisting inequality in the United States. ... investigation. Risk and inequality of total local damages Climate change increases the unpredictability ...
Anne Case
Sir Angus Deaton
2017
Suicide rates, life evaluation, and measures of affect are all plausible measures of the mental health and wellbeing of populations. Yet in the settings we examine, correlations between suicide and measured wellbeing are at best inconsistent. Differences ...
Janet Currie
2017
jcurrie@princeton.edu Inequalities in income and inequalities in health are clearly associated: In particular, ... inequality and health inequality in aggregate data can disappear or even change sign depending on what else ... of research by investigating the health effects of income-based inequalities in children’s access to health ...
Susan Fiske
2017
at the New School in New York who studies perceptions of and reactions to economic inequality, said the new ... & Shierholz, 2012; Piketty & Saez, 2006). Higher income inequality appears to be linked ... inequality does not affect preferences for income redistribution (Kuziemko, Norton, Saez, & Stantcheva, ...
Susan Fiske
2017
ABSTRACT:  Stereotypes reflect a society’s inequality and conflict, providing a diagnostic map ... inequality predicts more ambivalent stereotype clusters. Inequality and intermediate peace-conflict each use ... inequality among the population." Fiske along with lead author Federica Durante of the University ...
Noreen Goldman
2016
ABSTRACT: Social inequalities in health and disability are often attributed to differences ... of physical work conditions in contributing to social inequality in mobility among older adults in Mexico, ... disparities. Thus, Pebley said, “For policy makers in Mexico and elsewhere concerned about social inequality ...
Gene Grossman
2016
The evidence for the United States points to balanced growth despite falling investment-good prices and an elasticity of substitution between capital and labor less than one. This is inconsistent with the Uzawa Growth Theorem. We extend Uzawa's theor ...
Joao Biehl
2016
and the inequalities built into current world orders and value systems. So, how did we get here? Displacing earlier ... of the ‘rubber plantation model of international health’ shaped dramatic inequality in access to knowledge ... health and quality of life may in fact reinforce the very inequities they seek to overcome (Birn 2014). ...
Joao Biehl
2016
of social programs aimed at re- ducing inequality during the rule of theWorkers’ Party (PT), which took ... encroaching on state budgets, and ultimately producing new inequalities (Vieira and Zucchi 2007). Despite ... power and main- tain control through mythmaking and monuments, thus obscuring labor inequality ...
Michael Oppenheimer
2016
inequalities that are partially a consequence of decades of apartheid, and that could potentially make some ... inequality and unemployment persist. According to World Bank, in year 2000 the share of population living ...
Janet Currie
2016
of some sex differences among human beings.” Pediatrics, 35(5), 798-812. Currie Janet. 2011 “Inequality ...
Gene Grossman
2016
sophistication is complementary to worker ability. We study the co-determination of growth and income inequality ... Industrial policy income inequality Economic Growth Download File External Link Growth, Trade, ... and Inequality� Gene M. Grossman Princeton University Elhanan Helpman Harvard University and CIFAR June 30, 2016 ...
Joao Biehl
2016
challenge arguments that judicialization expands inequities and weakens the universal health care system. ... J U N E 2 0 1 6 V O L U M E 1 8 N U M B E R 1 Health and Human Rights Journal Introduction “Judicialization increases health inequity”. So reads ... plaintiffs including the very poor. Rather than expanding inequities and weakening the universal health care ...
Michael Oppenheimer
2016
in the relative importance ascribed to the present versus the future; aggregate outcomes versus inequalities ...

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