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Faculty of Economics

D31

Personal Income, Wealth, and Their Distributions


Title AuthorsYearJEL Codes
Herding in Quality Assessment: An Application to Organ TransplantationDe Mel, S., Munshi, K., Reiche, S. and Sabourian, H.[2020]J12 J16 D31 I30
Why is inequality so unequal across the world? Part 1. The diversity of inequality in disposable income: multiplicity of fundamentals, or complex interactions between political settlements and market failures?Palma, J. G.[2019]D31 E11 E22 E24 E25 I32 J31 N16 N30 N36 O50 P16
Why is inequality so unequal across the world? Part 2 The diversity of inequality in market income ─ and the increasing asymmetry between the distribution of income before and after taxes and transferencesPalma, J. G.[2019]D31 E11 E22 E24 E25 I32 J31 N16 N30 N36 O50 P16
Community Networks and the Growth of Private Enterprise in China Dai, R., Mookherjee, D., Munshi, K. and Zhang, X.[2018]J12 J16 D31 I30
Do nations just get the inequality they deserve? The 'Palma Ratio' re-examinedPalma, J. G.[2016]D31 E11 E22 E24 E25 I32 J31 N16 N30 N36 O50 P16
Has the income share of the middle and upper-middle been stable over time, or is its current homogeneity across the world the outcome of a process of convergence? The 'Palma Ratio' revisited Palma, J. G.[2014]D31 E11 E22 E24 E25 I32 J31 N16 N30 N36 O50 P16
Was Brazil's recent growth acceleration the world's most overrated boom?Palma, J. G.[2012]B52 D31 E20 F13 F59 H54 J20 L50 N16 N36 O16 O40 P50
Knowledge is power: A theory of information, income and welfare spendingLind, J. T. and Rohner, D.[2011]D31 D72 D82 H53
Homogeneous middles vs. heterogeneous tails, and the end of the ‘Inverted-U’: the share of the rich is what it’s all aboutPalma, J. G.[2011]D31 D63 N30 O50

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