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GINI DP 6: Appendix - Income Inequality and Participation: A Comparison of 24 European Countries

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Distributional Consequences of Labor Dem and Adjustm ents to a Downturn Olivier Bargain, Herwig Im m ervoll, Andreas Peichl, Sebastian Siegloch G IN I DP 1 GINI DIscussIoN PaPer 6 - aPPeNDIx JaNuary 2011 INcome INequalIty aND PartIcIPatIoN: a comParIsoN of 24 euroPeaN couNtrIes aPPeNDIx Bram Lancee and Herman van de Werfhorst GrOwInG InequALItIeS’ ImPACtS January 2011 © Bram Lancee, Herman van de Werfhorst, Amsterdam General contact: [email protected] Bibliographic Information Lancee, B., Werfhorst, H.G. van de (2011). Income Inequality and Participation: A Comparison of 24 European Countries - Appendix. Amsterdam, AIAS, GINI Discussion Paper 6. Information may be quoted provided the source is stated accurately and clearly. Reproduction for own/internal use is permitted. This paper can be downloaded from our website www.gini-research.org. Income Inequality and Participation A Comparison of 24 European Countries Appendix 26 January 2011 DP 6 - Appendix Bram Lancee university of Amsterdam Amsterdam Centre for Inequality Studies Herman van de werfhorst university of Amsterdam Amsterdam Centre for Inequality Studies Page • 4 Bram Lancee, Herman van de Werfhorst Page • 5 Income Inequality and Participation: A Comparison of 24 European Countries - Appendix table of contents aPPeNDIx: couNtry reGressIoNs .........................................................................................................................................7 Table A.1. Mean social participation per country ............................................................................................................7 Figure A.1. Summary country regressions. Coefficient of income on social participation ordered by MDMI ..............7 Table A.2 Country OLS regressions explaining social participation. ...............................................................................8 Table A.3. Mean cultural participation per country ....

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