Analyzes changes in household income during the 2007-09 recession by percentile, family structure, and region; the gap between high- and low-income families compared to other states; the impact of un- and underemployment; and the role of education.
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Title: The Great Recession and Distribution of Income in California
Publication date 2011-12-07
Publication Year 2011
, Eric Schiff
Public Policy Institute of California
North America / United States (Western) / California
, distribution of income
, income groups
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