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THE BEADY EYE SAYS: DON’T CRY FOR THE G7: IT’S MOSTLY A WASTE OF TIME WITHOUT NO 8.

If you can’t remember all—or even any—of them, don’t be too hard on yourself.

Originally, it was the G5: the United States, the United Kingdom, France, Japan, and West Germany. 404 more words

The Future Of Mankind

Horizontal and vertical equity

Horizontal equity – implies that we give the same treatment to people in an identical situation. It makes sure we don’t have discrimination on the grounds such as race / gender / different types of work. 59 more words

Distribution Of Income

Costs and benefits of a more equal/unequal distribution

Equal

Benefits-

  • Consumption will increase so demand will also increase in the economy
  • Will help reduce poverty
  • More equal societies are more capable of dealing with problems like extreme weather so there can be environmental benefits…
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Distribution Of Income

Distribution of income and wealth

If we look at the distribution of wealth on the global scale then we can see that China and India have 30% of the population of the world however they only have 8%of the wealth in the economy. 95 more words

Distribution Of Income

The Distribution of Wealth – Growing Inequality?

Michael Schneider examines the distribution of wealth and the way that it has changed over time. 756 more words

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Act II - Money Legally Laundered - Distribution of Wealth

So this is a corollary to the earlier post ‘ Money Legally Laundered’.

So what will the Government of India do with the such a big booty that they have received due to the stashed black money that would be extinguished (in all probability we are looking at a figure of around 3 lac crores). 313 more words

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FEAST OF CHRIST THE KING, 2016

I was in Detroit some years ago for a 3-day Catholic conference, part of a movement begun by the Bishops of the United States. The consistent theme of the talks and the small-group workshops was the necessity of a preferential option for the poor. 551 more words

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