More Danish families apply for help for Christmas - inequality is growing

In the Danish town of Esbjerg more families than ever apply for help for Christmas, the newspaper Jydske Vestkysten writes today. According to Birthe Larsen, Academic Director of the research platform Inequality at Copenhagen Business School, the reason is to be found in the fact that many more Danish families in general now have to live for less


Birthe Larsen explains that many more Danish families now have to live for less, partly because of the cut back in public support. At the same time more families now have a higher income and thus the inequality rises. This is especially felt at Christmas time.

Read the article here (in Danish).



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