For full report, link below.
In the three decades prior to the recent economic downturn, wage gaps widened and household income inequality increased in a large majority of OECD countries. This occurred even when countries were going through a period of sustained economic and employment growth. This report analyses the major underlying forces behind these developments:
- An Overview of Growing Income Inequalities in OECD Countries (free .pdf)
- Special Focus: Inequality in Emerging Economies (free .pdf)
- Part I. How Globalisation, Technological Change and Policies Affect Wage and Earnings Inequalities
- Part II. How Inequalities in Labour Earnings Lead to Inequalities in Household Disposable Income
- Part III. How the Roles of Tax and Transfer Systems Have Changed