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Magali Duque and Abigail McKnight
In this paper we examine the evidence on how dynamic mechanisms, which include earnings and income mobility, poverty dynamics, social mobility and the accumulation of risk and advantage over the lifecycle, may be a contr...Read more...
30 October 2019
Bruce Bradbury, Jane Waldfogel and Elizabeth Washbrook
Previous research has documented significantly larger income-related gaps in children's early cognitive development in the United States than in the United Kingdom, Canada, and Australia. In this study, we investigate th...Read more...
15 February 2019
Stephen P Jenkins and Philippe Van Kerm
Assessments of whose income growth is the greatest and whose is the smallest are typically based on comparisons of income changes for income groups (e.g. rich versus poor) or income values (e.g. quantiles). However, inco...Read more...
Jo Blanden and Lindsey Macmillan
Evidence on intergenerational income mobility in the UK is dated. This paper seeks to update our knowledge by introducing new estimates of mobility for later measures of earnings in the 1958 and 1970 birth cohorts. Given...Read more...
27 March 2014
29 January 2014
Yi Chen and Frank A Cowell
We examine the evidence on rank and income mobility in China during the decades immediately preceding and immediately following the millennium using panel data from the China Health and Nutrition Survey. We show that ran...Read more...
13 May 2013
Asghar Zaidi, Joachim R. Frick and Felix Büchel
The increases in human longevity in recent decades and the trends for early retirement have posed new challenges for policy makers, and require a holistic understanding of the processes that influence the economic resour...Read more...
This paper is about the distributional dynamics of net household income in Germany, the US and the UK. We reject the common wisdom that Germany is a country in statsis: stable cross-sectional distributions are deceptive,...Read more...
A.B. Atkinson and John Hills
The relationships between employment, education, opportunity, social exclusion and poverty are central to current policy debates. Atkinson argues that the concepts of poverty, unemployment and social exclusion are closel...Read more...
Using the GSOEP the paper analyses income mobility and inequality dynamics in Germany in the 90s at various levels of aggregation, ranging from a direct modelling of intra-distributional mobility using bivariate kernel d...Read more...
Even if individuals care about their current economic status, they are mainly concerned about the time they remain in it (its duration). The expected duration of an economic status affects how individuals perceive it and...Read more...
This paper reinterprets a simple model of growth and fluctuations across many economies to allow explicitly characterizing the dynamically evolving corss-economy distribution of income. Such a framework provides a more n...Read more...