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Description

Income is the consumption and saving opportunity gained by an entity within a specified timeframe, which is generally expressed in monetary terms. Income is difficult to define conceptually and the definition may be different across fields. For example, a person's income in an economic sense may be different from their income as defined by law.

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Organizations relating to Income

Nestlé Foundation for the Study of Problems of Nutrition in the World / Lausanne, Switzerland / Est. 1966
Group of Eleven
Collaborative Working Group on Solid Waste Management in Low- and Middle-income Countries / St Gallen, Switzerland
Crafts Center / Silver Spring MD, USA / Est. 1986
International Development Exchange / San Francisco CA, USA / Est. 1985
Fondation André Ryckmans / Waterloo, Belgium / Est. 1961
Heifer International / Little Rock AR, USA / Est. 1944
Global Basic Income Foundation / Millingen aan de Rijn, Netherlands / Est. 2000
Convention on the Avoidance of Double Taxation on Personal Income and Property / Est. 1977
Agreement for the Avoidance of Double Taxation and the Prevention of Fiscal Evasion with Respect to Taxes on Income and for the Encouragement of International Trade and Investment / Est. 1973
Convention on the Avoidance of Double Taxation on the Income and Property of Corporate Bodies / Est. 1978
Cooperative Program in Technological Research and Higher Education in Southeast Asia and the Pacific / Jakarta, Indonesia
Regional Network for Housing for Low Income Groups
Green Without Borders / Kakamega, Kenya / Est. 2015
International Association for Research in Income and Wealth / Ottawa ON, / Est. 1947

View all profiles (31 total) in the Yearbook of International Organizations

World Problems relating to Income

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Unequal income distribution within countries
Inequitable distribution of wealth
Instability of the commodities trade
Marginal level of family income
Clandestine employment
Income discrimination against minorities
Unequal income distribution between countries
Subsistence agricultural income level in rural communities
Increasing income disparity due to transnational corporations
Decline in real wages
Inadequate income in old age
Net outflow of capital from countries
Subsistence approach to capital resources
Underground economy
Rural-urban income differential
High cost of housing
Instability in export earnings
Underpayment for work

Action Strategies relating to Income

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Earning
Providing affordable housing loans
Maintaining basic income
Changing wage structures
Improving employment of rural women
Improving earnings of workers
Promoting more equitable distribution of wealth and income
Recovering costs of urban infrastructure and services to high income areas
Strengthening productive capacity of low-income groups
Compensating developing countries for shortfalls in commodity export earnings
Providing social security for disabled persons
Increasing income
Supporting developing country effort to provide shelter to the poor
Improving access to shelter for poor
Developing technologies which support alternative sources of income
Increasing self-capacity of lower-income countries
Restructuring rent-earning state
Reviewing measures to address debt problems of low and middle income countries
Revising building codes to provide low-income housing
Giving special consideration to credit worthy low-income countries
Compensating for loss of trade
Improving womens's incomes
Preparing guidelines on waste management for unserved low-income areas
Achieving durable solutions to debt problems of low and middle income countries
Expanding water services for rural and low-income peri-urban areas

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