March 4, 2013
pantskitton:

Can we talk about this figure quickly, please? It shows the GINI coefficient for national income distribution across the world - the lower the GINI coefficient, the greater the income equality in that country. It throws a really interesting light on what we consider “development”. Here’s some more stuff on the GINI coefficient.

pantskitton:

Can we talk about this figure quickly, please? It shows the GINI coefficient for national income distribution across the world - the lower the GINI coefficient, the greater the income equality in that country. It throws a really interesting light on what we consider “development”. Here’s some more stuff on the GINI coefficient.

(via fuckyesmaps)