This book examines the income distributional experience of fifteen developed economies over the past two decades. It considers the effects on the inequality of household income of the development of individual earnings, unemployment, inflation, public sector transfers and taxes, and demographic changes. Chapters are devoted to the experiences of Australia, Canada, the Czech Republic, Finland, France, West and former East Germany, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Israel, Japan, Holland, Sweden, the United Kingdom and the United States.
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The emergence of the labor market and earnings distribution. The case of the Czech republic
Večerník, Jiří. 1997. „The emergence of the labor market and earnings distribution. The case of the Czech republic.“ Pp. 370-388 in Gottschalk, Peter, Bjorn Gustafsson, Edward Palmer (eds.). Changing Patterns in the Distribution of Economic Welfare. An Economic Perspective. Cambidge: Cambridge University Press. 408 s. ISBN 978-0521562621.