ECONOMIC GROWTH AND INCOME INEQUALITY THE CASE OF BRAZIL

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The research aims to find the relationship between income inequality and economic growth in the Brazilian economy. Economic growth and income inequality are defined in the light of academic literature and their varied effect on wellbeing are explored. The research methodology selected is deductive. The data have been collected through secondary sources and a multiple regression model is used to study the relationship between the economic performance and income inequality in Brazil. Contrary to many previous studies, the findings of the research suggest a significant positive relationship between these two variables. Newer and reliable data were used for these estimations. Other findings of the study are that human and physical capital have significant positive effect on growth. It was also concluded that, unlike many recent country and cross-country studies, Brazil’s income inequality does not hinder its growth.

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  • Department: Economics
  • Project ID: ECO0931
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  • Pages: 43 Pages
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    Type Project
    Department Economics
    Project ID ECO0931
    Fee ₦5,000 ($14)
    No of Pages 43 Pages
    Format Microsoft Word

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