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This index presents a list of terms that occur in the book Has Latin America Always Been Unequal?: A Comparative Study of Asset and Income Inequality in the Long Twentieth Century. The entries are arranged in alphabetical order. The book explores the long run development of asset and income distribution in Latin America and tackles the question to which extent we should perceive present day levels of economic inequality in Latin America as something which has persisted for centuries ever since the colonial era?

Keywords: asset; income inequality; Latin America



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