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As groups of variables for social, economic and regional factors were sequentially added to corrective dummies and Kuznets curve variables, LIN and LIN2, the following findings resulted:

 

1. The rate of growth has no systematic effect on income distribution.

2. Primary exports have some but not very strong negative effect.

3. Manufacturing exports   have no significant effect on equality. 

4. Government intervention does not seem to improve equality of distribution.

5. East European countries have unusually egalitarian distribution.  

6. Socio-political dualism appears to be a very significant (dummy) variable.

7. Education is significant and important primarily for the poorest.

8. Regions . Two of the five regions differ significantly from the other three in income distribution for GINI.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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