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Matthias Diermeier / Markos Jung / Pekka Sagner Interactive Graphic 18. May 2018

Convergence in Europe: The poorer regions are not catching up anymore

Before the economic crisis, European regions with low economic output per inhabitant grew faster than the wealthier ones. The living conditions on the continent became more similar. Since 2010, however, the process of catching-up has been stopped.

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