By 2030, European countries which shared either their tax returns or salaries publicly since 2025 or earlier, will have less pay inequality, on average, measured both in terms of gender pay gap and the gini inequality index

This quest has been submitted by migueltorrescosta on the 20th July, 2020. Currently it aggregates the predictions of 1 forecaster. The average forecast sits at 99% ± 0% and the expert consensus sits at 99%. Related questions exist under #inequality #paygap #europe #public tax returns #law .

migueltorrescosta 20th July, 2020, 12:26

Given that this has consistently been the case for the past, based on Scandinavian countries (the only ones to have implemented this so far), I expect the same trend to continue.

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