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Gini, Elasticity, & Agency

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Gini, Elasticity, & Agency Anth 150B1

Shanah Hupp
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Many Ways of Being Human
Thomas Park

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Wednesday, 9/2/2015 notes Explains the Gini Coefficient in a little more detail. Also, key terms that you should know such as "Intergenerational Elasticity" and "Agency"
Many Ways of Being Human
Thomas Park
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Date Created: 09/02/15
Anth 15OBl Fall 2015 Dr Thomas K Park Of ce hours Geronimo Rm 316 MW 1230pm Th 11am1pm Many Ways of Being Human Notes Monday 8242015 Lecture 0 Join tophatcom l questions will be asked through this site 24 Join Code 243250 Username DiscHuppS Exam is optional D meant to help your grade if you don39t have the end grade you want This exam CANNOT hurt your grade If you already have an A in the class do not take the exam THERE IS NO ROUDED UP SCORES Questions Monday 8262015 Lecture 0 Equity de ned by opportunities and outcomes D inequitable not fair discrimination this refers to issues that society can do something about Inequality trap the way societyculture is set up which limits certain people39s opportunities This is a sociallyculturally accepted but not necessarily written into law Institutionalized Questions Friday 8282015 Discussion Questions Monday 8312015 Lecture Gini coef cient Wikipedia graph 0 Lorenz Curve Cumulative share of people from lowest to highest income vs cumulative share of income earned 0 Does not use calculations but there are calculations you can use to measure inequality over time between groups time periods etc 0 Fairness of accumulation over time Total equality and total inequality are both bad extremes 0 Men vs women urban vs rural etc raising inequality 0 Chapter 6 Inequality measure decomposition of inequality pdf on tophat Questions


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