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The Gini Coefficient

State of Disruption

Essential viewing for students of Economics, this concise video explains how the Gini coefficient and Lorenz curve are used to calculate the degree of income or wealth inequality within a nation or any other set of people. Using a clear animated diagram, students will see how this measure is mathematically calculated and what the resulting number means for a population’s distribution of wealth or income.

Rating: E
Production Year: 2021
Duration: 2 min
Series: State of Disruption
Printable Resources: Yes

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