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Economic Inequality in the ‘Democratic’ Nepal: Dimensions and Implications

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Examines the changing economic inequality landscape during the years of parliamentary democracy in Nepal. Increasing vertical and horizontal inequality especially along geographic and caste/ethnic lines help explain the ongoing political conflict.

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Abstract: Examines the changing economic inequality landscape during the years of parliamentary democracy in Nepal. Increasing vertical and horizontal inequality especially along geographic and caste/ethnic lines help explain the ongoing political conflict.

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Economic Inequality in the ‘Democratic’ Nepal: Dimensions and Implications (Paper for presentation at the Midwest Political Science Association Conference Chicago IL April 3-6 2008) Udaya R Wagle School of Public Affairs and Adminsitration Western Michigan University 1903 W Michigan Ave Kalamazoo MI 49008 Email: Udaya.wagle@wmich.edu 1 Abstract Nepal has undergone enormous economic and political changes since the early 1990s. Economically data from recent surveys suggest that it has experienced large and slightly increasing inequality between the mid 190s and
consumption expenditures 0.468 0.606 0.515 0.418 0.623 0.527 Unadjusted household income 0.468 0.650 0.440 0.491 0.696 0.506 Adjusted household income 0.453 0.620 0.474 0.411 0.651 0.515 Household Wealth 0.555 0.771 0.688 0.501 0.741 0.666 Note: Estimates are bassed on all non-negative expenditures incomes or assets 45


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