GINI – GROWING INEQUALITIES AND THEIR IMPACTS IN GREECE

Substantial report full of very useful data and sources on Greece

http://gini-research.org/system/uploads/447/original/Greece.pdf?1370090519

GROWING INEQUALITIES AND THEIR IMPACTS IN GREECE
Margarita Katsimi
Thomas Moutos
George Pagoulatos
Dimitri Sotiropoulos

Table of Contents
Executive Summary
Introduction
1. The Nature of Inequality and Its Development over Time
1.1 Has inequality grown?
1.1.1 Household income inequality
1.1.2 Wealth Inequality
1.1.3 Labour market inequality
1.1.4 Educational Inequality
1.2 Whom has it affected?
1.3 Interdependence between inequalities over time
1.4 Why has inequality declined in Greece?
1.5 Inequality and Poverty Developments since the start of Greece’s Great Depression
2. The Social Impacts of Inequality
2.1 Introduction
2.2 Material Deprivation
2.3 Cumulative Disadvantage and Multidimensional Measures of Poverty and Social Exclusion
2.4 Social cohesion and social isolation
2.5 Family formation and breakdown
2.6 Health Inequalities
2.7 Housing tenure
2.8 Crime and punishment
2.9 Subjective measures of well-being, satisfaction, “happiness”
2.10 Intergenerational mobility
2.11 Conclusion
3. Political and cultural impacts
3.1 Introduction
3.2 Political and civic participation
3.3 Trust in others and in institutions
3.4 Political values and legitimacy
3.5 Values about social policy and social welfare
3.6 Conclusions: the ‘national story’ of inequality drivers and their cultural and political impacts
4. Effectiveness of policies in combating inequality
4.1 Introduction
4.2 Labour Market Institutions
4.3 Structure of Taxation
4.4 Social Expenditure
4.5 Education
4.6 Causes and Consequences of (Social) Policy Activism in Greece

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