This chapter presents tables of data on Sweden and an account of its increased earnings distribution. It shows that Sweden's experience over the period since 1960 can be summarized as stability, followed by compression, and then reversal, with a significant rise in the top decile. As in other countries, the bottom decile has retained part of the gains from compression.
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