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Matthew Loveless and Stephen Whitefield "What is Social Inequality in Central and Eastern Europe?" Working paper.

Abstract

Using macro and mass level data, this analysis looks at the relationships among numerous potential dimensions of social inequality, including income, class position, educational attainment, gender, ethnicity, age and employment status. The aim of the paper is to determine whether social inequality has a uni- or multi-dimensional character, to account for cross-national differences in the ways in which social inequality may be packaged, and at differences and similarities in their demographic and cultural correlates.