2010
DOI: 10.1007/s10888-010-9129-0
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Abstract: Income inequality, European Union, European integration, EMU, Regional disparities,

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“…The key independent variable is the share of the paid cohesion funds in the GDP, denoted as koh. The control variables are the usual determinants of inequality from the literature (Milanovic, 1994: Bouvet, 2010Lopez and Perry, 2008), namely the activity of working age females, real GDP per capita levels, social transfers as a share in the GDP of the country, employment in the primary sector as a share in total employment, and employment in the secondary sector as a share in total employment.…”
Section: Methodsmentioning
confidence: 99%
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“…The key independent variable is the share of the paid cohesion funds in the GDP, denoted as koh. The control variables are the usual determinants of inequality from the literature (Milanovic, 1994: Bouvet, 2010Lopez and Perry, 2008), namely the activity of working age females, real GDP per capita levels, social transfers as a share in the GDP of the country, employment in the primary sector as a share in total employment, and employment in the secondary sector as a share in total employment.…”
Section: Methodsmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Thus, the EU must decide -wheter it will (i) try to limit or even reverse the process of spatial concentration or (ii) focus its policies on the acceleration of convergence between the underdeveloped and developed countries. Bouvet (2010) investigates income inequalities between 197 European regions in the period . She uses panel analysis with the Gini coeffi cient as a measure of inequality within individual countries.…”
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“…In fewer instances, authors instead reported the presence of counter-cyclical disparities. This is the case for PEKKALA (2000) and KANGASHARJU and PEKKALA (2004), who investigated per capita GDP disparities across small-scale Finnish sub-regions, respectively, in the 1988-1995and 1988and for BOUVET (2010), who studied the evolution of per capita GDP inequalities among 197 NUTS-2 regions belonging to thirteen European Union countries between 1977. Furthermore, QUAH (1996 reported some evidence of counter-cyclical behaviour of per capita personal income disparities while analysing US states between 1982and 1990.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Europe have contributed to a convergence of incomes only in some countries (Bouvet 2010), and that income levels in poorer regions tend to converge to those in richer regions while differences in productivity or in employment growth tend to persist (Becker et al 2010a, Checherita et al 2009). …”
Section: Limiting the Role Of The Esm To A Crisis Mechanismmentioning
confidence: 99%