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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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The aim of his empirical analysis was to demonstrate the degree of correlation between financialization and the GINI coefficient in a group of 20 OECD countries based on data from the period 1995-2007.
Section 2 provides empirical evidence based on household surveys on the evolution of inequality in Latin America in recent decades, showing a decline in the Gini coefficients in the period 2003-2012.
This article has proposed a new measure of interstate tax-price variability that is based on the methodology of the Gini index used for measuring income inequality across a population.
Xuejun, "Design and research of decision tree classification algorithm based on minimum Gini index," Software Guide, vol.
2014) computed Gini index of education using data for the year 1996, 2000, 2004 and 2008 and concluded that there is remarkable progress in education attainment in China and effective decrease in education inequality during the period.
54 percent growth rate, though the latter has the second lowest Gini index in the state.
Using the Gini Coefficient, Kuznets was able to show that as soon as economic development begins income will become more unequally distributed (a rise in the Gini Coefficient), and that only eventually will there be a 'Turning Point' when a country reaches development and the income distribution will become more equal.
The most striking result about these two regressions, however, is the statistically significant estimated negative sign on GINI (the two-sided p-value is .
Two times this area is known as the Gini index, introduced by Corrado Gini in 1912.
A recent cross-sectional study did indeed point to population diversity as a determinant of the Gini index.
Consider bullying as a possible risk factor in any patient with recurrent headaches, breathing problems, poor appetite, sleeping problems, and so on," advised coauthors Gianluca Gini, Ph.
La desigualdad de la educacion medida a traves del coeficiente de Gini