Wealth Disparity in the Baltic States
Although wealth disparity might seem to be a hackneyed topic at first sight, there is much more to it than just a common problem of humanity. In the Baltic States, as well as in the other post-soviet countries this cannot even be considered a phenomenon as wealth redistribution one of the most natural consequences of the collapse of another empire. What should be interesting to researchers in economic, sociology, psychology and numerous modern disciplines is how the utility of this quasi-phenomenon can be maximized.
By observing the distribution of no one’s property and noting the most rapid increases in prosperity, one could move one step closer to solving the mysteries of the USSR. This implies solving numerous logical tasks and compiling one would think unrelated clues that would appear from the abovementioned research. The value of research results would be decrease over time as the influence of the former regime fades away over the years, however, having joined the European Union, the Baltic Countries, separately and as an entity, are affected by its essence in a way similar to that of the Soviet Union. Thus, by drawing a parallel between various processes of the former and the present unions, research in this field would reduce the probability of a similar outcome of unification.…
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