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The pseudonym of a feral child who spent the first 13 years of her life locked inside a bedroom strapped to a potty chair until she was discovered by authorities. She was a victim of one of the most severe cases of social isolation in American history
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In analyzing the cross-country dataset, they find that Latin America, the Caribbean, and Sub-Saharan Africa have the highest levels of income inequality, with average Gini Coefficients being almost 50%.
I include only observations for which the World Bank reports the Gini coefficient in the same year t for which there is an EFW score both in year t and year t+10.
Coefficients for income inequality as measured by the Gini coefficient, and for the level of government spending as a percent of GDP, were both insignificant.
Gastwirth, 1971, 1972) helped to emphasize the importance of the Lorenz curve and the Gini index as tools for comparing distributions, particularly in economic applications.
Gini Indicies for Reports of the Federal Electoral Boundaries Commission Presented to Chief Electoral Officer of Canada 2012 Prince Edward Island .
America's Gini coefficient increased by 4 points in the last two decades, placing it above Italy and Japan and a similar level to Turkey.
The prevailing approach -- the grandfathering principle -- leads to the largest carbon Gini coefficient, roughly 0.
759 (N=197), between national IQ and Gini index it is -0.
In a sign of the sensitivity surrounding the issue the government has not released an official Gini coefficient for the country as a whole for more than a decade, since it put the statistic at 0.
Iran's) Gini coefficient - which indicates the living standards and the gap between the different social strata - has moved towards improvement and reduction (of the gap between the social strata) after the government implemented the subsidy reforms plan," he added.