Human capital and income inequality: Some facts and some puzzles

Amparo Castelló-Climent, Rafael Doménech, 23 April 2014



The rise of income inequality in many countries from 1985 onwards, and particularly during the recent crisis, has prompted a current debate on the causes and consequences of higher inequality and its effects on future growth (see, for example, OECD 2011, IMF 2014, or Ostry et al. 2014).

Topics: Development, Education, Poverty and income inequality
Tags: education, globalisation, human capital, Inequality, skill-biased technological change

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