For the world’s largest pharmaceutical companies, China is an increasingly critical, yet risky bet.  Multinational drug companies expect sal...

China: A Risky Bet for Drug Makers

For the world’s largest pharmaceutical companies, China is an increasingly critical, yet risky bet. Multinational drug companies expect sal...

Gini Coefficient - Gender income equality ?

Gini Coefficient

Graphical representation of the Gini coefficient The graph shows that the Gini coefficient is equal to the area marked A divided by the sum of the areas marked A and B, that is, Gini = A / (A + B). It is also equal to 2A and to 1 - 2B due to the fact that A + B = 0.5 (since the axes scale from 0 to 1).

Graphical representation of the Gini coefficient The graph shows that the Gini coefficient is equal to the area marked A divided by the sum of the areas marked A and B, that is, Gini = A / (A + B). It is also equal to 2A and to 1 - 2B due to the fact that A + B = 0.5 (since the axes scale from 0 to 1).

Gini coefficient - income inequality - Wikipedia

Gini coefficient - income inequality - Wikipedia

World map showing the Gini coefficient in Dec. 2008, a measure of income inequality - from under .25 (dark green) to over .60 (dark red)

World map showing the Gini coefficient in Dec. 2008, a measure of income inequality - from under .25 (dark green) to over .60 (dark red)

United States by Gini Coefficient

United States by Gini Coefficient

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