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World development report 2006.
Equity and development.
Washington / DC
Inhaltsverzeichnis :

Abbreviations and Data Notes

Inequity within and across nations
Why does equity matter for development?
Leveling the economic and political playing fields

1 Introduction
Equity and inequality of opportunity: the basic concepts Inequality traps
A brief preview of the Report

Part I

Inequity within and across countries
focus 1 on Palanpur

2 Inequity within countries: individuals and groups
Inequalities in health
Inequalities in education
Economic inequalities
The relationship between group differences and inequality
Agency and equity: inequalities of power
The inequality trap for women

3 Equity from a global perspective
Examples and concepts
Global inequalities in health
Global inequalities in education
Global inequalities in income and expenditure
Global inequalities in power
A glimpse of the future
focus 2 on empowerment

Part II

Why does equity matter?

4 Equity and well-being
Ethical and philosophical approaches to equity
Equity and legal institutions
People prefer fairness
Income inequality and poverty reduction

5 Inequality and investment
Markets, wealth, status, and investment behavior
The evidence on underinvestment
Inequalities and investment
focus 3 on Spain

6 Equity, institutions, and the development process
The distribution of power and institutional quality:
circles vicious and virtuous
Institutions and political inequality matter for development:
historical evidence
Institutions and political inequality matter for development:
contemporary evidence
Transitions to more equitable institutions
focus 4 on Indonesia

Part III

Leveling the economic and politicalplaying fields

7 Human capacities
Early childhood development: a better start in life
Basic education: expanding opportunities to learn
Toward better health for all
Social protection: managing risk and providing social assistance

8 Justice, land, and infrastructure
Building equitable justice systems
Toward greater equity in access to land
Providing infrastructure equitably
focus 5 on taxation

9 Markets and the macroeconomy
How markets relate to equity
Achieving equity and efficiency in financial markets
Achieving equity and efficiency in labor markets
Product markets and trade reform
Macroeconomic management and equity
focus 6 on regional inequality
10 Achieving greater global equity
Making global markets work more equitably
Providing development assistance to help build endowments
Transitions to greater equity
focus 7 on drug access
Bibliographic note
Selected Indicators
Measuring Equity
Selected world development indicators