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African Journal of Economic Policy
We undertake a spatial and inter-temporal decomposition of the S-Gini inequality index using the Shapley Value-based approach, and both money-metric and child health indicators collected by the government's statistics office in 1996 and 2001. Changes in income inequalities are driven largely by changes in between-zone inequalities; for child health, the within-zone component remains more important. Results point to the wisdom of considering the redistribution of health facilities and servicesdoi:10.4314/ajep.v9i2.24277 fatcat:bwa6ddgsujhmlfrjfi25wlydtq