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The Journal of Economic Inequality

2016 - 2023

Current editor(s): Stephen Jenkins

Society for the Study of Economic Inequality
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Volume 21, issue 2, 2023

Intergenerational home ownership pp. 251-275 Downloads
Jo Blanden, Andrew Eyles and Stephen Machin
Long-term evolution of inequality of opportunity: Educated parents still matter pp. 277-323 Downloads
Maurizio Bussolo, Daniele Checchi and Vito Peragine
Distributional impacts of the Covid-19 pandemic and the CARES Act pp. 325-349 Downloads
Guido Matias Cortes and Eliza Forsythe
COVID-19 and income inequality: evidence from monthly population registers pp. 351-379 Downloads
Nikolay Angelov and Daniel Waldenström
Collective negative shocks and preferences for redistribution: Evidence from the COVID-19 crisis in Germany pp. 381-403 Downloads
Luna Bellani, Andrea Fazio and Francesco Scervini
Parenthood and the distribution of intra-household inequalities in wellbeing pp. 405-440 Downloads
Siobhan Austen, Jaslin Kalsi and Astghik Mavisakalyan
Demographic behaviour and earnings inequality across OECD countries pp. 441-461 Downloads
Leo Azzollini, Richard Breen and Brian Nolan
Being poor and being NEET in Europe: Are these two sides of the same coin? pp. 463-482 Downloads
Chiara Mussida and Dario Sciulli
The Foster-Greer-Thorbecke index and the inequality factors: an analysis through the Gini index decomposition pp. 483-497 Downloads
Giuseppe Pignataro and Michele Costa
The shortest confidence interval for the ratio of quantiles of the Dagum distribution pp. 499-509 Downloads
Alina Jȩdrzejczak, Dorota Pekasiewicz and Wojciech Zieliński

Volume 21, issue 1, 2023

Family characteristics in U.S. intragenerational family income mobility, 1978–2014 pp. 1-23 Downloads
Katharine Bradbury
Intergenerational mobility measurement with latent transition matrices pp. 25-45 Downloads
Michele Bavaro and Federico Tullio
Intergenerational earnings persistence and the provision of public goods: evidence from chile’s constitutional process pp. 47-81 Downloads
Javier Cortes Orihuela, Juan D. Díaz, Pablo Gutiérrez Cubillos and Pablo A. Troncoso
Disaggregated impacts of off-farm work participation on household vulnerability to food poverty in Ghana pp. 83-104 Downloads
Kwabena Nyarko Addai, John N. Ng’ombe and Wencong Lu
Polarization and its discontents: Morocco before and after the Arab Spring pp. 105-129 Downloads
Fabio Clementi, Vasco Molini, Francesco Schettino, Haider Khan and Michele Fabiani
Housing, imputed rent, and household welfare pp. 131-168 Downloads
Lidia Ceriani, Sergio Olivieri and Marco Ranzani
Growing up poor but doing well: Contextual factors that predict academic success pp. 169-200 Downloads
Radha Jagannathan, Louis Donnelly, Sara McLanahan, Michael J. Camasso and Yu Yang
Rank-correlations are not robust to differences in group inequality pp. 201-217 Downloads
Mikkel Gandil
Evaluating ordinal inequalities between groups pp. 219-231 Downloads
Tugce Cuhadaroglu
Representative endowments and uniform Gini orderings of multi-attribute welfare pp. 233-250 Downloads
Karl Mosler

Volume 20, issue 4, 2022

Is that really a Kuznets curve? Turning points for income inequality in China pp. 749-776 Downloads
Martin Ravallion and Shaohua Chen
The COVID-19 resilience of a continental welfare regime - nowcasting the distributional impact of the crisis pp. 777-809 Downloads
Denisa Sologon, Cathal O’Donoghue, Iryna Kyzyma, Jinjing Li, Jules Linden and Raymond Wagener
Will COVID-19 Have Long-Lasting Effects on Inequality? Evidence from Past Pandemics pp. 811-839 Downloads
Davide Furceri, Prakash Loungani, Jonathan Ostry and Pietro Pizzuto
Ordinal health disparities between population subgroups: measurement and multivariate analysis with an application to the North-South divide in England pp. 841-860 Downloads
Paul Allanson
Shadow Economy and Poverty: What Causes What? pp. 861-891 Downloads
Thi Hong Hanh Pham
Are fairness perceptions shaped by income inequality? evidence from Latin America pp. 893-913 Downloads
Germán Reyes and Leonardo Gasparini
The dynamics of poverty in Europe: what has changed after the great recession? pp. 915-937 Downloads
Chiara Mussida and Dario Sciulli
About some difficulties with the functional forms of Lorenz curves pp. 939-950 Downloads
Louis de Mesnard
The regression approach to the measurement and decomposition of the multidimensional Watts poverty index pp. 951-973 Downloads
Tomson Ogwang
Correction to: Extendingmultidimensional Poverty Identification: from Additive Weights to Minimal Bundles pp. 975-976 Downloads
Sam Jones
Book reviews pp. 977-998 Downloads
Elena Barcena

Volume 20, issue 3, 2022

Income taxation and equity: new dominance criteria with a microsimulation application pp. 509-536 Downloads
Paolo Brunori, Flaviana Palmisano and Vito Peragine
The heterogeneous effects of COVID-19 on labor market flows: evidence from administrative data pp. 537-558 Downloads
Alessandra Casarico and Salvatore Lattanzio
How much does reducing inequality matter for global poverty? pp. 559-585 Downloads
Christoph Lakner, Daniel Gerszon Mahler, Mario Negre and Espen Prydz
Absolute intragenerational mobility in the United States, 1962–2014 pp. 587-609 Downloads
Yonatan Berman
Spouses’ earnings association and inequality: A non-linear perspective pp. 611-638 Downloads
Shoshana Grossbard, Lucia Mangiavacchi, William Nilsson and Luca Piccoli
Credit and income mobility in Russia pp. 639-669 Downloads
David Aristei and Cristiano Perugini
Regional Well-Being and its Inequality in the OECD Member Countries pp. 671-700 Downloads
Paolo Liberati and Giuliano Resce
Devolution in the U.S. Welfare Reform: Divergence and Degradation in State Benefits pp. 701-726 Downloads
Luis Ayala, Elena Barcena and Jorge Martinez-Vazquez
A multivariate extension of the Lorenz curve based on copulas and a related multivariate Gini coefficient pp. 727-748 Downloads
Oliver Grothe, Fabian Kächele and Friedrich Schmid

Volume 20, issue 2, 2022

Promoting education under distortionary taxation: equality of opportunity versus welfarism pp. 281-297 Downloads
Pertti Haaparanta, Ravi Kanbur, Tuuli Paukkeri, Jukka Pirttilä and Matti Tuomala
The measurement of health inequalities: does status matter? pp. 299-325 Downloads
Joan Costa-Font and Frank Cowell
Absolute Poverty and Sound Public Finance in the Eurozone pp. 327-344 Downloads
Rosaria Rita Canale and Giorgio Liotti
Household Earnings and Income Volatility in the UK, 2009–2017 pp. 345-369 Downloads
Silvia Avram, Mike Brewer, Paul Fisher and Laura Fumagalli
Openness, Income Inequality, and Happiness: Evidence from China pp. 371-393 Downloads
Yong Ma and Diandian Chen
Fair income tax with endogenous productivities and a fresh start pp. 395-420 Downloads
Aitor Calo-Blanco
Extending multidimensional poverty identification: from additive weights to minimal bundles pp. 421-438 Downloads
Sam Jones
Sources of gender wage gaps for skilled workers in Latin American countries pp. 439-463 Downloads
Marcela Perticará and Mauricio Tejada
Meritocracy in Academic Labor Markets: A Comparison of Three Fields pp. 465-481 Downloads
Michael Ransom, Michael J. Hilmer and Christiana E. Hilmer
Transformations that minimize the Gini index of a random variable and applications pp. 483-502 Downloads
Michael McAsey and Libin Mou
Correction to: the Fall in Income Inequality during COVID-19 in Four European Countries pp. 503-507 Downloads
Andrew Clark, Conchita D’Ambrosio and Anthony Lepinteur

Volume 20, issue 1, 2022

Pareto models for top incomes and wealth pp. 1-25 Downloads
Arthur Charpentier and Emmanuel Flachaire
Inheritances and wealth inequality: a machine learning approach pp. 27-51 Downloads
Pedro Salas-Rojo and Juan Rodríguez
The Stock Market and the Evolution of Top Wealth Shares in the United States pp. 53-66 Downloads
Edward N. Wolff
Drawing a Line: Comparing the Estimation of Top Incomes between Tax Data and Household Survey Data pp. 67-95 Downloads
Nishant Yonzan, Branko Milanovic, Salvatore Morelli and Janet Gornick
Long-run trends in top income shares: The role of income and population growth pp. 97-118 Downloads
Carla Krolage, Andreas Peichl and Daniel Waldenström
The weight of the rich: improving surveys using tax data pp. 119-150 Downloads
Thomas Blanchet, Ignacio Flores and Marc Morgan
Top-income adjustments and official statistics on income distribution: the case of the UK pp. 151-168 Downloads
Stephen Jenkins
Missing the wealthy in the HFCS: micro problems with macro implications pp. 169-203 Downloads
Sofie R. Waltl and Robin Chakraborty
Missing Top Income Recipients pp. 205-222 Downloads
Martin Ravallion
Declining inequality in Latin America? Robustness checks for Peru pp. 223-243 Downloads
Diego Winkelried and Bruno Escobar
The Use of Distributional National Accounts in Better Capturing the Top Tail of the Distribution pp. 245-254 Downloads
Jorrit Zwijnenburg
Twenty Years and Counting: Thoughts about Measuring the Upper Tail pp. 255-264 Downloads
Thomas Piketty, Emmanuel Saez and Gabriel Zucman
Book reviews pp. 265-280 Downloads
Elena Barcena
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