Inequality of Incomes in Countries That Have a Transition Economy

Rimashevskaia, N.M.; Kislitsyna, O.A.
May 2004
Sociological Research;May/Jun2004, Vol. 43 Issue 3, p75
Academic Journal
Focuses on the inequality of income in countries that have a transition economy. Transition from a planned economy to the market economy; Distribution of incomes; Social differences between the richest and the poorest.


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