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Table 3 Decomposition of the main inequality indicators. Role of formalization and education

From: Decomposing inequality changes in Uruguay: the role of formalization in the labor market

  90–10 90–50 50–10 Gini
2001–2013     
 Total change −0.137 −0.126 −0.011 −0.072
 Formality −0.605 −0.073 −0.532 −0.054
 Education −0.137 −0.056 −0.082 −0.035
 Other 0.226 −0.034 0.260 0.007
 Interaction 0.380 0.036 0.344 0.010
2001–2006     
 Total change 0.079 0.035 0.045 0.012
 Formality −0.327 −0.067 −0.260 −0.015
 Education −0.097 −0.035 −0.063 −0.010
 Other 0.318 −0.051 0.369 0.013
 Interaction 0.185 0.187 −0.002 0.024
2006–2013     
 Total change −0.274 −0.180 −0.094 −0.076
 Formality −0.322 −0.013 −0.309 −0.037
 Education −0.062 −0.039 −0.023 −0.018
 Other −0.085 0.024 −0.108 −0.006
 Interaction 0.194 −0.152 0.346 −0.015
  1. Source: own estimations based on household surveys