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Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell on behalf of the International Association for Research in Income and Wealth

Volume 64, Supplement 1, 1 October 2018

Poverty, Inequality, and the “Arab Spring”
pp. S1-S4(4)
Author: Klasen, Stephan

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Welfare Dynamics With Synthetic Panels: The Case of the Arab World In Transition
pp. S114-S144(31)
Authors: Dang, Hai‐Anh H.; Ianchovichina, Elena

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Open Access Fiscal Policy, Income Redistribution, and Poverty Reduction: Evidence from Tunisia
pp. S225-S248(24)
Authors: Jouini, Nizar; Lustig, Nora; Moummi, Ahmed; Shimeles, Abebe

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Energy Subsidy Reform and Poverty in Arab Countries: A Comparative CGE‐Microsimulation Analysis of Egypt and Jordan
pp. S249-S273(25)
Authors: Cockburn, John; Robichaud, Véronique; Tiberti, Luca

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Inequality of Opportunity in Wages and Consumption in Egypt
pp. S26-S54(29)
Authors: Assaad, Ragui; Krafft, Caroline; Roemer, John; Salehi‐Isfahani, Djavad

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A Broken Social Contract, Not High Inequality, Led to the Arab Spring
pp. S5-S25(21)
Authors: Devarajan, Shantayanan; Ianchovichina, Elena

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Is Inequality Underestimated in Egypt? Evidence from House Prices
pp. S55-S79(25)
Authors: van der Weide, Roy; Lakner, Christoph; Ianchovichina, Elena

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Unhappy Development: Dissatisfaction With Life on the Eve of the Arab Spring
pp. S80-S113(34)
Authors: Arampatzi, Efstratia; Burger, Martijn; Ianchovichina, Elena; Röhricht, Tina; Veenhoven, Ruut

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