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The Resource Inequality : causes and consequences, edited by Lorenzo Cappellari (Università Cattolica Milano and IZA), Solomon W. Polachek (State University of New York at Binghamton and IZA), Konstantinos Tatsiramos (University of Nottingham and IZA)

Inequality : causes and consequences, edited by Lorenzo Cappellari (Università Cattolica Milano and IZA), Solomon W. Polachek (State University of New York at Binghamton and IZA), Konstantinos Tatsiramos (University of Nottingham and IZA)

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Inequality : causes and consequences
Title
Inequality
Title remainder
causes and consequences
Statement of responsibility
edited by Lorenzo Cappellari (Università Cattolica Milano and IZA), Solomon W. Polachek (State University of New York at Binghamton and IZA), Konstantinos Tatsiramos (University of Nottingham and IZA)
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eng
Summary
Research in Labor Economics volume 43 contains new and innovative research on the causes and consequences of inequality
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N$T
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339.2
Index
no index present
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HC79.I5
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non fiction
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  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
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  • Cappellari, Lorenzo
  • Polachek, S. W.
  • Tatsiramos, Konstantinos
Series statement
Research in labor economics
Series volume
volume 43
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  • Income distribution
  • Wage differentials
  • Equality
  • Labor economics
  • BUSINESS & ECONOMICS
  • POLITICAL SCIENCE
  • Equality
  • Income distribution
  • Labor economics
  • Wage differentials
Label
Inequality : causes and consequences, edited by Lorenzo Cappellari (Università Cattolica Milano and IZA), Solomon W. Polachek (State University of New York at Binghamton and IZA), Konstantinos Tatsiramos (University of Nottingham and IZA)
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"IZA."
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Includes bibliographical references
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online resource
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multicolored
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text
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rdacontent
Contents
  • Front Cover; Inequality: Causes and Consequences; Copyright page; Contents; Editorial Advisory Board; Preface; Inequality of Opportunity in Europe: Is There a Role for Institutions?; 1. Introduction; 2. Measuring Opportunity Inequality: A Simple Model; 3. The Empirical Analysis: Income Inequality and Opportunity Inequality in Europe; 3.1. Data Description; 3.2. Circumstances; 3.3. Labour Market Participation; 3.4. Income and Opportunity Inequality Rankings in Europe; 3.5. Measuring Inequality of Opportunities; 4. The Empirical Analysis: Inequality of Opportunity and Institutions
  • 5. Concluding RemarksReferences; Appendix; Household Lifetime Inequality Estimates in the U.S. Labor Market; 1. Introduction; 2. Model; 2.1. Environment; 2.2. Value Functions; 2.3. Optimal Decision Rules; 3. Data; 3.1. Sample Restrictions; 3.2. Descriptive Statistics; 4. Estimation and Identification; 4.1. Identification; 4.2. Estimation Method; 4.3. Estimation Results; 5. Inequality; 5.1. Simulations and Lifetime Variables; 5.2. Inequality Measures; 5.3. Benchmark Model Results; 5.4. Counterfactual Experiments Results; 5.4.1. Labor Market Structure and Household Inequality
  • 5.4.2. Decomposition of Gender Differentials in Inequality6. Conclusions; References; Estimating the Intergenerational Elasticity and Rank Association in the United States: Overcoming the Current Limitations: Overcoming the currentlimitations of Taxdata ; 1. Introduction; 2. Conceptual Issues; 3. Measurement Issues and the Ideal Intergenerational Sample; 3.1. Measurement Issues; 3.2. Comparisons of Intergenerational Samples; 3.3. Estimating the IGE when Children Have Zero Income; 3.4. Estimating the IGE when Parents Have Zero Income; 4. PSID Data; 5. Results; 5.1. IGE Estimates
  • 5.2. Robustness Checks5.3. Sensitivity Checks in Chetty et al. (2014); 5.4. Rank-Rank Slope Estimates; 6. Conclusion; References; Income Shocks or Insurance -- What Determines Consumption Inequality?; 1. Introduction; 2. The Data; 2.1. The Panel Study of Income Dynamics; 2.2. The Imputation Procedure; 3. Methodological Framework; 3.1. The Income Process; 3.2. The Response of Consumption to Income Shocks; 3.3. Minimum Distance Estimation of the Model Parameters; 4. Results; 4.1. Results of the Minimum Distance Estimation; 4.2. Robustness; 5. Discussion; 6. Conclusion; References
  • Appendix A: SAMPLE SELECTION AND VARIABLE CONSTRUCTIONAppendix B: THE IMPUTATION PROCEDURE; Appendix C: MINIMUM DISTANCE ESTIMATION; Treatment of Biennial Data; Estimation Procedure; Estimation Results; Appendix D: ROBUSTNESS; The Role of Establishments and the Concentration of Occupations in Wage Inequality; 1. Introduction; 2. The Microdata of the OES Survey; 3. The Role of Establishments; 4. Occupational Concentration: A Link between Establishments and Occupations; 4.1. Measuring Occupational Concentration; 4.2. Relationships between Occupational Concentration Measures and Wages
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944186166
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First edition.
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9781785608117
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(OCoLC)944186166
Label
Inequality : causes and consequences, edited by Lorenzo Cappellari (Università Cattolica Milano and IZA), Solomon W. Polachek (State University of New York at Binghamton and IZA), Konstantinos Tatsiramos (University of Nottingham and IZA)
Publication
Copyright
Note
"IZA."
Antecedent source
unknown
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
  • cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Color
multicolored
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Front Cover; Inequality: Causes and Consequences; Copyright page; Contents; Editorial Advisory Board; Preface; Inequality of Opportunity in Europe: Is There a Role for Institutions?; 1. Introduction; 2. Measuring Opportunity Inequality: A Simple Model; 3. The Empirical Analysis: Income Inequality and Opportunity Inequality in Europe; 3.1. Data Description; 3.2. Circumstances; 3.3. Labour Market Participation; 3.4. Income and Opportunity Inequality Rankings in Europe; 3.5. Measuring Inequality of Opportunities; 4. The Empirical Analysis: Inequality of Opportunity and Institutions
  • 5. Concluding RemarksReferences; Appendix; Household Lifetime Inequality Estimates in the U.S. Labor Market; 1. Introduction; 2. Model; 2.1. Environment; 2.2. Value Functions; 2.3. Optimal Decision Rules; 3. Data; 3.1. Sample Restrictions; 3.2. Descriptive Statistics; 4. Estimation and Identification; 4.1. Identification; 4.2. Estimation Method; 4.3. Estimation Results; 5. Inequality; 5.1. Simulations and Lifetime Variables; 5.2. Inequality Measures; 5.3. Benchmark Model Results; 5.4. Counterfactual Experiments Results; 5.4.1. Labor Market Structure and Household Inequality
  • 5.4.2. Decomposition of Gender Differentials in Inequality6. Conclusions; References; Estimating the Intergenerational Elasticity and Rank Association in the United States: Overcoming the Current Limitations: Overcoming the currentlimitations of Taxdata ; 1. Introduction; 2. Conceptual Issues; 3. Measurement Issues and the Ideal Intergenerational Sample; 3.1. Measurement Issues; 3.2. Comparisons of Intergenerational Samples; 3.3. Estimating the IGE when Children Have Zero Income; 3.4. Estimating the IGE when Parents Have Zero Income; 4. PSID Data; 5. Results; 5.1. IGE Estimates
  • 5.2. Robustness Checks5.3. Sensitivity Checks in Chetty et al. (2014); 5.4. Rank-Rank Slope Estimates; 6. Conclusion; References; Income Shocks or Insurance -- What Determines Consumption Inequality?; 1. Introduction; 2. The Data; 2.1. The Panel Study of Income Dynamics; 2.2. The Imputation Procedure; 3. Methodological Framework; 3.1. The Income Process; 3.2. The Response of Consumption to Income Shocks; 3.3. Minimum Distance Estimation of the Model Parameters; 4. Results; 4.1. Results of the Minimum Distance Estimation; 4.2. Robustness; 5. Discussion; 6. Conclusion; References
  • Appendix A: SAMPLE SELECTION AND VARIABLE CONSTRUCTIONAppendix B: THE IMPUTATION PROCEDURE; Appendix C: MINIMUM DISTANCE ESTIMATION; Treatment of Biennial Data; Estimation Procedure; Estimation Results; Appendix D: ROBUSTNESS; The Role of Establishments and the Concentration of Occupations in Wage Inequality; 1. Introduction; 2. The Microdata of the OES Survey; 3. The Role of Establishments; 4. Occupational Concentration: A Link between Establishments and Occupations; 4.1. Measuring Occupational Concentration; 4.2. Relationships between Occupational Concentration Measures and Wages
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944186166
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unknown
Edition
First edition.
Extent
1 online resource
File format
unknown
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781785608117
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unknown
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • c
Quality assurance targets
not applicable
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unknown
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unknown sound
Specific material designation
remote
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(OCoLC)944186166

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