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Growing apart? Debate on inequalities in Europe

Written by Andrej Stuchlik What accounts for diverging income and wage disparities in Europe? How do we interlace these disparities in the discussion reducing poverty and social exclusion? Finally, how can we translate developments within and between EU Member States into political action? In this broad and multi-dimensional context, inequalities are an increasingly profound policy … Continue reading

Minimum wages in the EU

Written by Verena Kern Several EU Member States have recently implemented adaptions to their wage policies. The most debated change was the introduction of a national minimum wage of 8.50 € per hour in Germany from 1 January 2015. Minimum wages are common globally with different systems in place. About 100 countries worldwide, including 22 … Continue reading

In-work poverty in the EU

Having a job yet still being unable to make a living: In-work poverty is a phenomenon that affected 9,1 percent of the working age EU population in 2012. The rate of those in work and at risk of poverty has been on the rise since 2005. It applies to those with an income below 60% … Continue reading

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