Gini coefficient of South Korea 2011-2020

Gini coefficient of after-tax income in South Korea from 2011 to 2020

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Release date

December 2021

Region

South Korea

Survey time period

2011 to 2020

Special properties

based on recent OECD standards (Wave 7)

Supplementary notes

The Gini coefficient is a number between zero and one that measures the relative degree of inequality in the distribution of income. The coefficient would register zero (minimum inequality) for a population in which each person received exactly the same adjusted household income and it would register a coefficient of one (maximum inequality) if one person received all the adjusted household income and the rest received none.

Values have been rounded.

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