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INCOME INEQUALITY IN EMERGING MARKET ECONOMIES: A MULTI-COUNTRY STUDY OF BRAZIL, INDIA AND SOUTH AFRICA
Journal of Pharmaceutical Negative Results
Inequality refers to the extent to which income is evenly distributed across a population (IMF, 2022). The World Inequality Report (WIR, 2022) reveals the latest trends in global income inequality. It shows that the richest 10% of the global population currently earns 52% of global income, while the poorest half of the population takes 8.5% of it. In emerging market economies, indications are that income inequality is rising; sometimes accompanied by accelerating economic growth. Reports revealdoi:10.47750/pnr.2022.13.s09.023 fatcat:hdx5xgcwafgttnhtjicrjopu4u