Date of Award
Master of Public Administration (MPA)
School of Professional Studies
With the widespread of globalization, the wealth gap continues to widen globally. Due to the enormous differences in national conditions and political systems of various countries, this article selects China, the United States, and Poland as the research objects, and uses a specific time unit as the benchmark, and mainly focuses on the four directions of medical care, education, job opportunities, and pensions. A reader could understand the correlation between the wealth gap and multiple factors deeply in this article. This article analyzes the impact of income disparity on these three countries and proposes solutions to help narrow the gap between the rich and poor in these three countries.
Carboo, Cyndy; Song, Zhiling; Feng, Jiawei; and Zhu, Xudong, "Narrowing the wealth and income gap in Poland, China, and the United States" (2020). School of Professional Studies. 57.
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