- The Minimum Distribution Rules and Their Critical Role in Controlling the Floodgates of Qualified Plan Wealth. Soled, Jay A.; Wolk, Bruce A. // Brigham Young University Law Review;2000, Vol. 2000 Issue 2, p587
Analyzes the minimum distribution rules in the United States and their role in controlling the flow of qualified plan wealth. Factors that make an evaluation of the minimum distribution rules timely; Overview of the minimum distribution rules and how they regulate the flow of qualified plan...
- Rich Country, Poor Country. KEATING, JOSHUA E. // Foreign Policy;Sep/Oct2011, Issue 188, p1
The article offers information and a graph about economic inequality in the world in 2011 including history of the wealth gap by economist Branko Milanovic, the divide between developed and developing countries, and the migration that will result from the disparity.
- Changes in the wealth of nations. Parente, Stephen L.; Prescott, Edward C. // Quarterly Review (02715287);Spring93, Vol. 17 Issue 2, p3
Examines systematically the nature of the distribution of wealth across nations and describes how this distribution has evolved over specific historical periods. Wealth disparity and wealth mobility as the most prominent features of the time period from 1960 to 1985; Disparity facts; Mobility...
- Multi-dimensional regional inequality as an alternative allocation mechanism For EU Structural Funds remittances: The case of Spain and Hungary. Folmer, Henk; Heijman, Wim // Annals of Regional Science;Jun2005, Vol. 39 Issue 2, p337
We propose a multidimensional approach to regional inequality as an alternative allocation mechanism for EU Structural Funds remittances based on per capita GDP, particularly after EU enlargement. The indicators of regional inequality are combined to a composite index by means of Maasoumi's...
- Inequality update. // Monthly Labor Review;Aug2002, Vol. 125 Issue 8, p32
Focuses on a study conducted to analyze unequal distribution of earnings, income and wealth among American households. Measurement of distribution of income with help of the Lorenz curve; Use of distributions of inequality to define rich and poor subgroups in terms of wealth, income and earnings.
- On Board the Euro. // Christian Science Monitor;1/6/99, Vol. 91 Issue 28, p10
Editorial. Comments on the introduction of a single currency, the euro, in Western Europe. The problem Europe faces of spreading the economic benefits of unity to all 11 countries; How Canada provides equalization payments to poorer provinces; How the United States distributes prosperity; How...
- Exploring the geographical distribution of wealth using the output area classification. Daniel, Ellis; Bright, Geoff // Economic & Labour Market Review;Jan2011, Vol. 5 Issue 1, p59
The results of the first wave of the Wealth and Assets Survey were published in the report, 'Wealth in Great Britain' in December 2009 with datasets released in March 2010. However, apart from the presentation of the aggregate results on a Government Office Region basis, no more disaggregated...
- Rising Tide Lifts Yachts. // Dollars & Sense;Nov/Dec99, Issue 226, p4
Reports on the effect of inequality in the wealth distribution, based on the executive pay study by United for a Fair Economy. Impact of excessive executive pay.
- Britain Goes Down the Path of Income Inequality. Strobel, Frederick R. // Challenge (05775132);Nov/Dec95, Vol. 38 Issue 6, p35
The article reports that income distribution in the mature industrialized countries of Western Europe has become increasingly skewed, as in the U.S. due to similar causes. According to Census Bureau data, income distribution in the U.S. remained roughly the same from 1967 through the late 1970s,...