The wealthiest countries are in many ways more unequal than the poorest, and a new study says that the U.S. has the most unequal country on the planet.
But there are also plenty of exceptions.
The most unequal countries are also the ones with the highest levels of economic activity, according to a new report from the Center for Economic and Policy Research.
The study, published in the Economic Policy Institute’s Global Inequality Report, looks at economic inequality in 25 of the most economically dynamic economies in the world.
It’s also worth noting that the United States is ranked the world leader in economic growth, with more than one-third of its economic output coming from the top 1 percent.
The report does not look at the effects of the recession.
But economists who analyzed the report say the data suggests that the recession has had a profound impact on the United Sates economy.
They note that unemployment has increased, and many businesses have closed.
The authors also say that the current economic boom, fueled by a record stock market, is a boon for the rich, and that inequality is the biggest threat to the U., as evidenced by the top 10 most unequal nations in the survey.
But the study is not without its criticisms.
Economists say that it does not measure inequality in a way that is comparable to the World Economic Forum’s Global Competitiveness Index, which measures the competitiveness of different countries around the world, as well as how well they are doing at adapting to climate change.
The new study is the first comprehensive analysis of economic inequality since the World Bank began keeping data in 1997.
Its findings, the economists say, are more consistent with the findings of a 2010 report by the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD), which looked at economic growth rates in the 20 most unequal economies.
That study found that the poorest countries fared best in terms of growth, and also had the most efficient and efficient institutions, and the fastest growing economies.
In fact, inequality was so high in the poorest developing countries, as opposed to rich countries, that some economists argue that those countries should not be included in the new study at all.
“The report suggests that a more robust study of inequality might be necessary to assess the impact of economic downturns on inequality,” said Daniel P. Klein, an economist at the Peterson Institute for International Economics, a think tank.
“There are countries where inequality is very high and growth is slow.
There are countries that are in a recession and have seen growth, but they are not in the top 25 of all countries.”
But the authors of the new report argue that the new analysis is not a bad thing, given that it focuses on economic inequality.
“Income inequality in the United Kingdom is relatively low relative to the rest of the OECD and is similar to the United Arab Emirates,” the report states.
“However, this is not the case in the developed world.
The United States, with its higher per capita income, has a lower inequality in income and wealth than the rest, even after adjusting for differences in wealth and income levels.”
Klein said that the report shows that the OECD’s data is a useful starting point for looking at how inequality affects growth in rich and poor countries.
“If inequality is measured by wealth, then the United states is likely to have a higher growth rate than any other OECD country,” Klein said.
“And it is likely that the most wealthy countries in the OECD are also in the bottom 20 percent of countries.”
The report also notes that inequality in economic output is higher in the U, compared to other developed nations.
But it also finds that inequality varies from country to country.
For instance, countries like the U of A and the U S of A have relatively high economic output, while countries like Denmark and Finland have relatively low economic output.
Klein noted that the fact that inequality tends to be higher in poorer countries should also be considered when looking at the relationship between economic growth and inequality.
Klein says that there is an opportunity to improve economic inequality by making sure that countries have institutions that allow for more flexible economic policies, and to do that, it would be necessary for countries to institute policies that reduce income inequality and allow for investment in education and healthcare.
The Center for Political Economy is a non-profit organization, but its researchers are members of the Brookings Institution and Harvard University’s Graduate School of Business.