Do more unequal countries redistribute more? : does the median voter hypothesis hold? / Branko Milanovic Milanović, Branko

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Milanović, Branko
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Income distribution.; Economic development.
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"The data strongly support the hypothesis that countries with more unequal distribution of factor income redistribute more in favor of the poor-- even when the analysis controls for older people's share in total population (that is, for pension transfers). But the evidence on the median voter hypothesis is inconclusive even if middle-income groups gain more (or lose less) through redistribution in countries where initial (factor) income distribution is more unequal"--Cover.
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https://trove.nla.gov.au/work/260660
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260660

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