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Classification of factors influencing the dynamics of household socio-economic inequality

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11-16
UDC Code: 
330.567.28:316.42
Authors: 
Dorofeev Mikhail L. Candidate of Economic Sciences  (dorofeevml@yandex.ru)

In 2020, the problems of socio-economic inequality began to noticeably gain popularity in the media and received another round of discussion in scientific literature. New socio-economic challenges again raise a number of old questions that have to be answered by regulators in the new reality. Among such issues are the question of understanding the true causes of changing socio-economic inequalities in the world.

The article explores the issue of classification of possible causes and factors influencing the dynamics of socio-economic inequality. It is proposed to classify all causes and factors into two groups according to the criterion of financial mechanism setup: exogenous (financial mechanism stays unchanged) and endogenous (financial mechanism is reconfigured by regulator for some reason). Then we discuss the paradox of modern financial regulation and the prospect of changing the settings of the financial mechanism, and make some conclusions for regulators.

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