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However, Rattan [2012] shows that when a comparison of GDP ranks and GINI [coefficient] ranks is used for the Latin American countries, the Kuznets Curve exists when controlling for outliers (Nicaragua, Uruguay, and Venezuela).
The Gini coefficient is negatively associated with lower scores for the EFW index in the future.
Regressions (2) and (3), with added measures of banking-sector concentration and a Gini coefficient for land ownership, confirmed the results of Regression (1).
Additional Gini index data on the Census Bureau's American FactFinder data search engine is available for metropolitan statistical areas and other areas with populations of 65,000 or more.
The Gini index, twice the area between the Lorenz curve and the 45 degree line, is 29.
Therefore, Ithaca, NY, has the same Gini index as Peru (46), Milwaukee, Wis.
These widely different carbon Gini coefficients indicate that the world lacks a common understanding of what would be a fair approach to addressing global climate change.
61 would put China at the top of a list of 16 countries by 2010 Gini coefficient on the World Bank website.
The Gini index points to increasing inequality during the entire 1967-2010 period, and especially during the 1980s and early 1990s (figure 3).
The Gini is a measure of the distribution of wealth in countries.
The Gini coefficient, an index reflecting the rich-poor gap, in rural China stood at 0.
A method of measuring income inequality, the Gini coefficient ranges in value from 0--indicating complete income equality, with everyone earning the same income--to 1.