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23/02/2014

Inequality is not inevitable

Auteur : Millennia2015

Source : ILO

 

 

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Inequality is not inevitable

ILO

 

When more than 2,500 of the world's business and political leaders met in Davos in January, many saw the growing gap between rich and poor as the biggest threat to the global economy.

 

Over the last 20 years, income distribution has shifted in favour of the rich, while the relative income position of the poor and of much of the middle class was deteriorating in most countries, including global economic powers such as the United States, Germany and China.

 

According to the new ILO book, “Wage-led growth: An equitable strategy for economic recovery”, this trend is only partially associated with technological change.

 

=> Direct link to the article here:

http://www.ilo.org/global/about-the-ilo/newsroom/comment-analysis/WCMS_235213/lang--en/index.htm?shared_from=media-mail

 

 

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