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inequality indices when estimated from complex survey data. It turns out that this method also greatly simpli?es the calculations …
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inequality indices when estimated from complex survey data. It turns out that this method also greatly simplifies the …
Persistent link: https://www.econbiz.de/10010262721
inequality indices when estimated from complex survey data. It turns out that this method also greatly simplifies the …
Persistent link: https://www.econbiz.de/10011438447
inequality indices when estimated from complex survey data. It turns out that this method also greatly simplifies the …
Persistent link: https://www.econbiz.de/10005763467
generalisations. These curves are useful devices for examining welfare and inequality. Asymptotical sampling properties of the Lorenz … distribution of disposable income in 1971, 1976, 1981, 1985 and 1990. It is found out that relative inequality has been highest on … 1971, but the changes in relative inequality during period 1976-1990 have been almost negligible. Using a generalised …
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decomposition techniques of inequality measurement in a bivariate distribution context. Usually decomposed measures of inequality …
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The relationship between income inequality and polarization is an empirical fact: a change in equality might occur … together with a change in polarization. At the same time, polarization might emerge while inequality remains constant. The …
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societal income inequality, poverty, polarization and societal segmentation are examined. What emerges for the Eurozone as an … behaviour. However, in the face of increasing overall Eurozone inequality, constituent nations were becoming increasingly …
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what extent is existing income inequality due to circumstances, as opposed to 'effort'? Our results suggest that several … circumstances, importantly both parental income and own IQ, are important for long-run income inequality, but that variations in … individual effort account for the most part of that inequality. …
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are analogous to the widely-used decompositions of inequality indices by population subgroup, except that they summarize … are not dependent on the choice of a specific summary index. Nonetheless, since inequality and poverty indices can be …
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