Impact of COVID-19 on Gini coefficient in Tunisia 2020

Impact of coronavirus (COVID-19) on the Gini coefficient in Tunisia as of 2020, by scenario

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Release date

December 2020



Survey time period

December 2020

Supplementary notes

The source adds the following information:
- The first post-COVID-19 scenario (optimistic) "uses World Bank recent estimates with -8.8% real GDP growth, at constant factor prices."
- The second post-COVID-19 scenario (pessimistic) "simulates a growth of -11.9%, i.e. the economy achieves the same growth as that achieved during the first half of the year."

The Gini coefficient measures the distribution of income among the population:
0 = perfect equality
100 = perfect inequality

Data are calculations based on the National Survey on Household Budget, Consumption and Standard of Living (EBCNV 2015).

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