Changes in Population, Inequality and Human Capital Formation in the Americas in the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries: A Comparative Perspective

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The evolution of inequality and its causes are of crucial importance to all scholars working in the social sciences. By focusing on the divergent development of North America and Latin America in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries, Camps-Cura offers a comparative perspective of the relationship between human capital expansion and inequality in the long run. The book also explores the variables of education and inequality on children, work and gender.