Empirical studies devoted to the selection of factors influencing the level of income inequality, dependent on the degree of financialization, most often employ linear (or less frequently non-linear) regression where the dependent variable is usually the GINI
Scholastica's high school alum in my Anvil book, My Filipino Connection: The Philippines in Hollywood: Gini
volunteered that she injected the Filipino sense of humor and facial expressions in Dory-one of her all-time favorite characters.
Latin America stands as one of the regions with the highest levels of income inequality, as measured by the Gini
coefficients and other distributive indices.
Referring to Figure 1, above, area B can be expressed as a ratio of area B+C to create a tax-price variation index that is akin to the Gini
This paper mainly focuses on an Improved Gini
Index algorithm and its application and proposes an FW algorithm using Improved Gini
Index algorithm instead of the IDF part of TF-IDF algorithm, known as TF-Gini
Keywords: Educational Inequality, Gini
Index, Rural-Urban Gap, Sindh, Pakistan
To measure income inequality TurkStat uses the Gini
index is an international measure of inequality named after Italian statistician and sociologist Carrado Gini
, who published the measuring stick of income distribution in 1912.
Second, in order to measure the distribution of income for any country, the Gini
Coefficient is used in order to quantify the Lorenz Curve.
coefficient--the most common standard to measure income differences, in which 0 is absolute equality and 1 absolute inequality--declined from a weighted average of 0.
Pero modesto comparado con el Gini
de 0,25 de Escandinavia, que es la region mas igualitaria del mundo en funcion del ingreso.
out of bottle: most common mathematical measure used to judge how income is distributed within a society.