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2017/11/117:00:05

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The period between the fall of the Berlin Wall and the Great Recession saw the profoundest reshuffle of individual incomes on the global scale since the Industrial revolution.
When we line up all individuals in the world, from the poorest to the richest and display on the vertical axis the percentage increase in their real income over the period 1988-2008, we obtain an S shaped curve, indicating that the largest gains were realized by the people around the global median and among the global top 1%
People around the median almost doubled their real incomes. Such “winners” were from the “resurgent Asia”
The gains rapidly decrease group of “losers” are from the “old, conventional” rich world. But not just anyone from the rich world. Rather, the “losers” national income distributions.
S-shaped “gain curve” does not allow us to immediate gauge whether global inequality might have gone up or down because the gains around the median may be offset by the gains of the global top 1%.
In a nutshell, the movements that we witness lead to an economic rebalancing of the East and West, where both may end up with their global output shares close to what they had before the Industrial revolution.
They also expose the contradiction between the current world order where political power is concentrated at the level of the nation-state but where the economic forces of globalization which have gone far beyond it.

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