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Glossary: Gini-coefficient

Gini-coefficient is the most commonly used measure of income inequality. The coefficient varies between zero to one. A zero coefficient reflects complete equality and one indicates complete inequality. i.e. the smaller the Gini-coefficient, the more equal in income distribution.


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