Are recent generations catching up or falling behind?
trends in inter-generational inequality
Recent work has shown that inequalities between generations are most pronounced in the conservative European welfare states, and that these trends are less pronounced in social democratic and liberal welfare states (Chauvel and Schroder 2014). However, it is likely that across all advanced capitalis...
|Main Author:||Freedman, Michael|
|Place of publication:||
Luxembourg Luxembourg Income Study (LIS), asbl 2017
|Data of publication:||2017|
LIS working paper series
|Online Access:||available in Bonn?|
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