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Kuvio 3. Tulon uudelleenjako (prosentteina) vuosina 1966–2014; välittömien verojen ja tulonsiirtojen uudelleenjakovaikutus

Kuvio 3. Tulon uudelleenjako (prosentteina) vuosina 1966–2014; välittömien verojen ja tulonsiirtojen uudelleenjakovaikutus

Rich and poor teenagers use the web differently – here's what this is doing to inequality. Poorer teenagers spend roughly the same time online as their wealthier classmates. But they're using this time differently, and it's counting against them.

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Paywalls have worked for some traditional publishers, but may not work for…

THE PUBLISHER PAYWALL REPORT: Variations, drivers for adoption, examples, and future of the pay-for-content model

Paywalls have worked for some traditional publishers but may not work for digital natives

As GlobePreneurs, it is important to choose countries with have quality of life as we travel and live in different countries. What are your cities of choice? What is the most liveable city in the world? For the sixth year in a row, Melbourne is the world’s most liveable city (according to The Economist Intelligence …

There’s fierce competition among the world’s most powerful and influential cities, and there are a lot of questions: Are the megacities cropping up in the developing world displacing the .

CHARTS AND MORE CHARTS - The effects of the recession in 250+ charts. Also an interactive portion.

How the Recession Reshaped the Economy, in 255 Charts

How the Recession Reshaped the Economy, in 255 Charts - interactive charts of number of jobs and salaries by industry. Another example of combining data sets (wages and job

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Helsingin maantiede – Wikipedia

Helsingin maantiede – Wikipedia

Brazil’s ports and airports are crucial to its success as a commodities exporter – yet their quality puts Brazil among the 10 worst countries in the world.

Chart of the week: Brazil’s bottlenecks

In the World Economic Forum’s Global Competitiveness Report, Brazil ranks out of 144 countries assessed for the quality of their infrastructure.

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