The first issue of the new Nordregio Magazine focuses on income disparities in the Nordic countries. Inequality has increased more here than in most OECD countries and women still earn far less than men – read more in our two feature articles below...


Income inequality has increased more in the Nordic countries than in most OECD countries since the early 1990’s. The starting point, however, was exceptionally low, and inequality in the region remains well below the OECD average. Capital income ha...


A new study of the gender dimension of income inequality finds that while the income gap between genders is slowly decreasing in the Nordic countries, women still earn less than men at all levels of the income distribution. Women also struggle reachi...


Below are six policy recommendations drawn by the editors of the Nordic Economic Policy Review 2018: Professor Lars Calmfors from the Research Institute of Industrial Economics and Institute for International Economics at Stockholm University and Pro...


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