Is There an Openness Kuznets Curve?

@article{Dobson2009IsTA,
  title={Is There an Openness Kuznets Curve?},
  author={Stephen Dobson and Carlyn Ramlogan},
  journal={International Trade},
  year={2009}
}
One of the key features of research on income inequality is the search for a Kuznets curve. Two curvilinear relationships in particular have been documented in the literature: one between inequality and income and the other between inequality and environmental factors. More recently, inequality and its link to trade liberalisation has received a good deal of attention, not least because it is among the major controversies provoked by the globalisation process. The outcomes for developing… 
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