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Groningen Growth and Development Centre

Faculty of Economics and Business
Historical Development

AFLIT

African Long term Inequality Trends

African Long-term Inequality Trends, AFLIT, is a research network dedicated to constructing social tables for the advancement in mapping, estimating and analysing historical economic inequality trends in the sub-Sahara African region. Today Africa contains the largest between country variations in income inequality in the world, a spectrum that includes Southern Africa where we find extremely high levels. Currently, however, we lack both the empirical evidence and the theoretical understanding to explain the development and diversity of the different pathways. Researchers in AFLIT are committed to filling this empirical and theoretical gap.

This project is financially supported by The Wallenberg Foundationsand the Swedish Research Council. The project coordinator is Jutta Bolt.

Last modified:23 November 2021 4.01 p.m.