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light, often associated with a fair and equitable system of distribution. No wonder then that it is a recurrent finding of research that peoples’ consent to inequality is largely determined by the belief that the income differences in society are “meritocratically deserved” (Cojocaru 2014; Kluegel and

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In: Comparative Sociology
Author: Muhammad Azam

, which consequently increase incentives to invest in children’s education. Strong economic growth enhances human development, thereby stimulating the process of economic growth. The focus of this study is to evaluate the effect of inequality on economic growth for 13 developing countries in Asia and