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2016 | 47 | 115-126
Article title

Nierówności dochodowe w kontekście kryzysu finansowego

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EN
Income Inequality in a Context of Financial Crisis
RU
Неравенство дохолов в контексте финансового кризиса
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PL
W artykule podjęto próbę zaprezentowania skutków kryzysu finansowego z 2007 roku dla nierówności w krajach na różnym poziomie rozwoju ekonomicznego. Artykuł składa się z dwóch zasadniczych części. W pierwszej części uwagę zwrócono na rozstrzygnięcia teoretyczne i wyniki badań empirycznych w zakresie wpływu z jednej strony cyklu koniunkturalnego, z drugiej zaś kryzysów na nierówności. Następnie przedstawiono wpływ kryzysu 2007–2008 na zróżnicowania dochodowe wewnątrz krajów w oparciu o wyniki badań OECD z lat 2008, 2011 i 2013. Artykuł zamyka podsumowanie i wnioski z prowadzonych rozważań.
EN
The article is an attempt to present the outcomes of financial crises on income inequality in countries at various stages of economic development. Article consists of two parts. The first part discusses the theoretical and empirical research on implications of conjuncture fluctuations and crises itself for income inequality. The second part refers to discretion of income inequality change during and after the financial crises 2007–2008 within the OECD countries. last part of the article is the conclusion that sums up the issues analyzed in the text.
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47
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115-126
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