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The Journal of Economic Inequality

2016 - 2022

Current editor(s): Stephen Jenkins

Society for the Study of Economic Inequality
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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 Beer 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 Bárcena-Martín and Jorge Martínez-Vázquez
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 A. 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

Volume 19, issue 4, 2021

Urban poverty: Measurement theory and evidence from American cities pp. 599-642 Downloads
Francesco Andreoli, Mauro Mussini, Vincenzo Prete and Claudio Zoli
Estimating intergenerational income mobility on sub-optimal data: a machine learning approach pp. 643-665 Downloads
Francesco Bloise, Paolo Brunori and Patrizio Piraino
Like father, like son? A comparison of absolute and relative intergenerational labour income mobility in Germany and the US pp. 667-683 Downloads
Maximilian Stockhausen
The capital share and income inequality: Increasing gaps between micro and macro-data pp. 685-706 Downloads
Ignacio Flores
Asset bubbles in explaining top income shares pp. 707-726 Downloads
Saikat Sarkar and Matti Tuomala
Aspirations and investments in rural Myanmar pp. 727-752 Downloads
Jeffrey Bloem
Intergenerational persistence in latent socioeconomic status: evidence from Taiwan pp. 753-772 Downloads
Hsiu-Fen Hsu
A note on pessimism in education and its economic consequences pp. 773-783 Downloads
Karol Mazur
Opportunity advantage between income distributions pp. 785-799 Downloads
Carmen Herrero and Antonio Villar
Inequality, perception biases and trust pp. 801-824 Downloads
Markus Knell and Helmut Stix
The immigrant-native wage gap in Germany revisited pp. 825-854 Downloads
Kai Ingwersen and Stephan Thomsen
Income-dependent equivalence scales: A fresh look at German micro-data pp. 855-873 Downloads
Jan Marvin Garbuszus, Notburga Ott, Sebastian Pehle and Martin Werding
Does foreign aid reduce poverty? A dynamic panel data analysis for sub-Saharan African countries pp. 875-893 Downloads
Edmore Mahembe and Nicholas Odhiambo
Correction to: The K-Shaped Recovery: Examining the Diverging Fortunes of Workers in the Recovery from the COVID-19 Pandemic Using Business and Household Survey Microdata pp. 895-896 Downloads
Michael Dalton, Jeffrey A. Groen, Mark A. Loewenstein, David S. Piccone and Anne E. Polivka

Volume 19, issue 3, 2021

The impact of COVID-19 on households´ income in the EU pp. 413-431 Downloads
Vanda Almeida, Salvador Barrios, Michael Christl, Silvia Poli, Alberto Tumino and Wouter van der Wielen
Did the UK policy response to Covid-19 protect household incomes? pp. 433-458 Downloads
Mike Brewer and Iva Tasseva
Distributional effects of macroeconomic shocks in real-time pp. 459-487 Downloads
Kerstin Bruckmeier, Andreas Peichl, Martin Popp, Jürgen Wiemers and Timo Wollmershäuser
The fall in income inequality during COVID-19 in four European countries pp. 489-507 Downloads
Andrew Clark, Conchita D’Ambrosio and Anthony Lepinteur
Which workers bear the burden of social distancing? pp. 509-526 Downloads
Simon Mongey, Laura Pilossoph and Alexander Weinberg
The K-Shaped Recovery: Examining the Diverging Fortunes of Workers in the Recovery from the COVID-19 Pandemic Using Business and Household Survey Microdata pp. 527-550 Downloads
Michael Dalton, Jeffrey A. Groen, Mark A. Loewenstein, David S. Piccone and Anne E. Polivka
The Income Gradient in Mortality during the Covid-19 Crisis: Evidence from Belgium pp. 551-570 Downloads
André Decoster, Thomas Minten and Johannes Spinnewijn
Intergenerational transmission of lockdown consequences: prognosis of the longer-run persistence of COVID-19 in Latin America pp. 571-598 Downloads
Guido Neidhöfer, Nora Lustig and Mariano Tommasi

Volume 19, issue 2, 2021

Measurement of inequality of opportunity: A normative approach pp. 213-237 Downloads
Kristof Bosmans and Z. Emel Öztürk
Individuals’ socioeconomic position, inequality perceptions, and redistributive preferences in OECD countries pp. 239-264 Downloads
Gwangeun Choi
Self-centered and non-self-centered inequality aversion matter: Evidence from Uruguay based on an experimental survey pp. 265-291 Downloads
Santiago Burone and Martin Leites
Income and wealth volatility: evidence from Italy and the U.S. in the past two decades pp. 293-313 Downloads
Giorgia Menta, Edward N. Wolff and Conchita D'Ambrosio
Choosing inequality: how economic security fosters competitive regimes pp. 315-346 Downloads
Alexander Lenger, Stephan Wolf and Nils Goldschmidt
Gender disparities in top earnings: measurement and facts for Denmark 1980-2013 pp. 347-362 Downloads
Niels-Jakob Harbo Hansen, Karl Harmenberg, Erik Öberg and Hans Sievertsen
A conditional Gini: measure, estimation, and application pp. 363-384 Downloads
Christian Ahlin and Hyeok Jeong
Walls of glass. Measuring deprivation in social participation pp. 385-411 Downloads
Nicolai Suppa

Volume 19, issue 1, 2021

Introduction March 2021 issue pp. 1-2 Downloads
Frank Cowell and Cecilia Garcia-Penalosa
Sustainable Development Goals and the Study of Economic Inequality pp. 3-11 Downloads
Ravi Kanbur
Accounting for differences in income inequality across countries: tax-benefit policy, labour market structure, returns and demographics pp. 13-43 Downloads
Denisa Sologon, Philippe Van Kerm, Jinjing Li and Cathal O’Donoghue
Sibling correlation in risk attitudes: evidence from Burkina Faso pp. 45-72 Downloads
Mohammad H. Sepahvand and Roujman Shahbazian
Parental time restrictions and the cost of children: insights from a survey among mothers pp. 73-95 Downloads
Melanie Borah, Andreas Knabe and Kevin Pahlke
The nexus between perceptions of inequality and preferences for redistribution pp. 97-114 Downloads
Roberto Iacono and Marco Ranaldi
Individual Attitudes Toward Government’s Role in Redistributing Income in the United States: Analysis by Ideological Subgroups pp. 115-137 Downloads
Ernest M. Zampelli and Steven T. Yen
A multidimensional approach to measuring the middle class pp. 139-162 Downloads
María Edo, Walter Sosa Escudero and Marcela Svarc
Elasticity determinants of inequality-reducing income taxation pp. 163-183 Downloads
Oriol Carbonell-Nicolau and Humberto Llavador
Normative Measures of Tax Progressivity: an International Comparison pp. 185-212 Downloads
Nanak Kakwani and Hyun Hwa Son
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