Income Distribution in Sweden Since 1990

Reprint No. 2008:38

Author(s): Daniel WaldenströmYear: 2008 Title: Towards an Hourglass Society? Income Differentials and the Fate of the Middle Class Editor(s): Kay Glans and Johanna LaurinPublisher: Glasshouse ForumCity: Stockholm Pages: 93–115

Income Distribution in Sweden Since 1990 Daniel Waldenström

Waldenström, Daniel (2008), "Income Distribution in Sweden Since 1990". Pp. 93–115 in Kay Glans and Johanna Laurin, eds., Towards an Hourglass Society? Income Differentials and the Fate of the Middle Class. Stockholm: Glasshouse Forum.

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