Inequality

Europe's regional inequality from 1900 to today

Regional and personal wealth inequality has influenced the rise of populism. Image: REUTERS/Leonhard Foeger

Nikolaus Wolf

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Image: Rosés and Wolf (2018).
Image: Rosés and Wolf (2018).
Image: Rosés and Wolf (2018)
Image: Rosés and Wolf (2018)
Image: Rosés and Wolf (2018)

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