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What does JOEI stand for?

JOEI stands for Journal of Economic Inequality

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Publisher: Springer Netherlands Journal: Journal of Economic Inequality Series: Business and Economics Volume: Number 2 (10) Title: Journal of Economic Inequality: Measuring Poverty Over Time (journal special issue) Authors: Guest editors: Luc Christiaensen and Tony Shorrocks Publication date: June 2012 ISSN Web: 1573-8701 Copyright year: 2012 DOI: 10.
American Journal of Public Health 92, 1 (2003), 122-129; Samuel Bowles and Herbert Gintis, "Social Capital and Community Governance," Economic Journal Symposium, 2000; Andrew Postlewaite and Dan Silverman, "Social Isolation and Inequality," Journal of Economic Inequality 3 (2005), 243-262; Yaojun Li, Andrew Pickles and Mike Savage, "Social Capital and Social Trust in Britain," European Sociological Review 21, 2 (2005), 109-123; Tewodaj Mogues and Michael R.
This is the question examined in the June 2012 special issue of the Journal of Economic Inequality, the culmination of a 4-year research project initiated by the guest editors, Luc Christiaensen and Tony Shorrocks, while at UNU-WIDER.