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Inequality, mobility and segregation [electronic resource] : essays in honor of Jacques Silber

Inequality, mobility and segregation [electronic resource] : essays in honor of Jacques Silber

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Bishop, John A. Salas, Rafael.
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Inequality, mobility and segregation [electronic resource] : essays in honor of Jacques Silber / edited by John A. Bishop, Rafael Salas.
발행사항
Bingley, U.K. :   Emerald,   c2012.  
형태사항
1 online resource (xv, 422 p.) : ill.
총서사항
Research on economic inequality,1049-2585 ; v. 20
ISBN
9781781901717 (electronic bk.)
요약
This volume honors the lifetime and continuing contributions of Professor Jacques Silber. The book contains 15 papers, which were presented at the Fourth Meeting of the Society for the Study of Economic Inequality, Catania, Sicily, July 2011. Theoretical topics covered in Volume 20 include measuring segregation, welfare and liberty, the use of influence functions in distributional analysis, and the axiomatic approach to multidimensional inequality. Empirical studies include occupational and residential segregation, regional convergence, impact of variable of equivalence scales on income inequality, earnings and educational inequality and mobility, poverty transitions, and welfare reform. These empirical studies examine a variety of countries and cultures: Afro-Latinos, Italian immigrants, and Indian states as well as the European Union and the United States.
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Introduction / John A. Bishop, Rafael Salas -- ch. 1. Measuring segregation : basic concepts and extensions to other domains / Jacques Silber -- ch. 2. Occupational segregation measures : a role for status / Coral del Río, Olga Alonso-Villar -- ch. 3. Occupational segregation of Afro-Latinos / Carlos Gradín -- ch. 4. Multigroup segregation patterns and determinants : the case of immigrants in an Italian city / Francesco Andreoli -- ch. 5. Equal-equivalents for inequality, welfare, and liberty : concepts and policy / Serge Kolm -- ch. 6. Influence functions for policy impact analysis / B. Essama-Nssah, Peter J. Lambert -- ch. 7. A note on multidimensional distribution-sensitive poverty axioms / Ma Casilda Lasso de la Vega, Ana Urrutia -- ch. 8. Convergence club empirics : evidence from Indian states / Sanghamitra Bandyopadhyay -- ch. 9. The EU-wide earnings distribution / Andrea Brandolini, Alfonso Rosolia, Roberto Torrini -- ch. 10. Earnings mobility, earnings inequality, and labor market institutions in Europe / Denisa Maria Sologon, Cathal O'Donoghue -- ch. 11. Intergenerational educational mobility and social exclusion : Germany and the United States compared / Veronika V. Eberharter -- ch. 12. Variable equivalence scales and trends in German income inequality / Jürgen Faik -- ch. 13. Educational inequality in the world, 1950-2010 : estimates from a new dataset / Wail Benaabdelaali, Saîd Hanchane, Abdelhak Kamal -- ch. 14. Understanding the drivers of low-income transitions in Luxembourg / Alessio Fusco, Nizamul Islam -- ch. 15. Welfare reform and poverty : a latent trajectory model analysis / Michael J. Camasso, Radha Jagannathan.
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Includes bibliographical references.
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Issued also as a book.  
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Income distribution.
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Silber, Jacques.  
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FRONT COVER -- INEQUALITY, MOBILITY AND SEGREGATION: ESSAYS IN HONOR OF JACQUES SILBER -- COPYRIGHT PAGE -- CONTENTS -- LIST OF CONTRIBUTORS -- INTRODUCTION -- REFERENCES -- CHAPTER 1 MEASURING SEGREGATION: BASIC CONCEPTS AND EXTENSIONS TO OTHER DOMAINS -- INTRODUCTION: ON ‘‘LATERAL THINKING’’ -- BASIC CONCEPTS: MEASURING SEGREGATION WHEN THERE ARE ONLY TWO GROUPS -- THE MULTIDIMENSIONAL ANALYSIS OF SEGREGATION -- MEASURING SPATIAL SEGREGATION -- MEASURES OF ORDINAL SEGREGATION -- EXTENSIONS TO OTHER DOMAINS: SEGREGATION AND INEQUALITY IN LIFE CHANCES -- CONCLUDING COMMENTS -- NOTES -- REFERENCES -- CHAPTER 2 OCCUPATIONAL SEGREGATION MEASURES: A ROLE FOR STATUS -- INTRODUCTION -- BACKGROUND AND DISCUSSION -- LOCAL SEGREGATION MEASURES: THE STATUS OF OCCUPATIONS -- AN ILLUSTRATION: OCCUPATIONAL SEGREGATION BY RACE AND ETHNICITY IN THE UNITED STATES -- CONCLUSIONS -- NOTES -- ACKNOWLEDGMENTS -- REFERENCES -- APPENDIX A: PROOF OF PROPOSITION 1 -- CHAPTER 3 OCCUPATIONAL SEGREGATION OF AFRO-LATINOS -- INTRODUCTION -- DATA -- METHODOLOGY -- OCCUPATIONAL SEGREGATION OF AFRO-LATINOS IN SELECTED COUNTRIES -- GEOGRAPHICAL DISTRIBUTION OF OCCUPATIONAL SEGREGATION IN BRAZIL -- CONCLUSIONS -- NOTES -- ACKNOWLEDGMENT -- REFERENCES -- CHAPTER 4 MULTIGROUP SEGREGATION PATTERNS AND DETERMINANTS: THE CASE OF IMMIGRANTS IN AN ITALIAN CITY -- INTRODUCTION -- DATA: IMMIGRANTS IN VERONA -- A MODEL FOR SEGREGATION PATTERNS -- RESULTS -- CONCLUSIONS -- NOTES -- ACKNOWLEDGMENTS -- REFERENCES -- CHAPTER 5 EQUAL-EQUIVALENTS FOR INEQUALITY, WELFARE, AND LIBERTY: CONCEPTS AND POLICY -- SUMMARY -- SITUATION -- ORDERING, EQUAL-EQUIVALENTS -- WELFARE -- MACROJUSTICE -- CONCLUSION -- REFERENCES -- CHAPTER 6 INFLUENCE FUNCTIONS FOR POLICY IMPACT ANALYSIS -- INTRODUCTION -- DIRECTIONAL DERIVATIVES OF DISTRIBUTIONAL STATISTICS -- INFLUENCE FUNCTIONS AND RECENTERED INFLUENCE FUNCTIONS -- CONCLUSION -- NOTES -- ACKNOWLEDGMENTS -- REFERENCES -- APPENDIX A -- APPENDIX B: DISTRIBUTIONAL STATISTICS AND THEIR RECENTERED INFLUENCE FUNCTIONS IN TABULAR FORM -- CHAPTER 7 A NOTE ON MULTIDIMENSIONAL DISTRIBUTION-SENSITIVE POVERTY AXIOMS -- INTRODUCTION -- NOTATION AND BASIC DEFINITIONS -- THE MULTIDIMENSIONAL MONOTONICITY SENSITIVITY AND MINIMAL TRANSFER AXIOMS -- CONCLUSIONS -- NOTES -- ACKNOWLEDGMENTS -- REFERENCES -- CHAPTER 8 CONVERGENCE CLUB EMPIRICS: EVIDENCE FROM INDIAN STATES -- INTRODUCTION -- SOME BASIC STATISTICS -- THE DISTRIBUTION DYNAMICS APPROACH -- WHAT EXPLAINS POLARISATION? THE ROLE OF MACRO-ECONOMIC FACTORS -- CONCLUSION -- NOTES -- REFERENCES -- APPENDIX A: STATES USED IN THE STUDY -- APPENDIX B: THE DISTRIBUTION DYNAMICS APPROACH -- APPENDIX C: CONDITIONING RESULTS -- CHAPTER 9 THE EU-WIDE EARNINGS DISTRIBUTION -- INTRODUCTION -- THE EU-SILC DATA ON EARNINGS -- EARNINGS DISTRIBUTIONS IN EU COUNTRIES -- THE EU-WIDE DISTRIBUTION OF GROSS EARNINGS -- CONCLUSIONS -- NOTES -- ACKNOWLEDGEMENT -- REFERENCES -- CHAPTER 10 EARNINGS MOBILITY, EARNINGS INEQUALITY, AND LABOR MARKET INSTITUTIONS IN EUROPE -- INTRODUCTION -- DATA -- METHODOLOGY -- CHANGES IN EARNINGS INEQUALITY -- SHORT-TERM MOBILITY OVER TIME AND ITS LINKS WITH CROSS-SECTIONAL AND SHORT-TERM INEQUALITY -- LONG-TERM MOBILITY AND ITS LINKS WITH LONG-TERM INEQUALITY -- EARNINGS MOBILITY AND LABOR MARKET POLICIES AND INSTITUTIONS -- CONCLUDING REMARKS -- NOTES -- ACKNOWLEDGMENTS -- REFERENCES -- CHAPTER 11 INTERGENERATIONAL EDUCATIONAL MOBILITY AND SOCIAL EXCLUSION – GERMANY AND THE UNITED STATES COMPARED -- INTRODUCTION -- DATA AND SAMPLE ORGANIZATION -- METHODOLOGY -- EMPIRICAL RESULTS -- CONCLUSIONS -- NOTES -- ACKNOWLEDGMENTS -- REFERENCES -- CHAPTER 12 VARIABLE EQUIVALENCE SCALES AND TRENDS IN GERMAN INCOME INEQUALITY -- INTRODUCTION -- MICROECONOMIC SPECIFICATIONS OF VARIABLE EQUIVALENCE SCALES -- VARIABLE EQUIVALENCE SCALES IN DISTRIBUTIONAL ANALYSES -- ESTIMATES OF VARIABLE EQUIVALENCE SCALES IN GERMANY -- EMPIRICAL SENSITIVITY ANALYSES -- CONCLUDING REMARKS -- NOTES -- ACKNOWLEDGMENTS -- REFERENCES -- CHAPTER 13 EDUCATIONAL INEQUALITY IN THE WORLD, 1950–2010: ESTIMATES FROM A NEW DATASET -- INTRODUCTION -- LITERATURE REVIEW: A BRIEF DISCUSSION -- METHODOLOGY: ESTIMATION OF THE GINI INDEX OF EDUCATION -- GLOBAL TRENDS IN INEQUALITY IN EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT -- CONCLUSION -- NOTES -- ACKNOWLEDGMENTS -- REFERENCES -- CHAPTER 14 UNDERSTANDING THE DRIVERS OF LOW-INCOME TRANSITIONS IN LUXEMBOURG -- INTRODUCTION -- DATA AND DEFINITIONS -- LITERATURE REVIEW AND DESCRIPTIVE RESULTS -- ECONOMETRIC MODEL -- RESULTS -- CONCLUSION -- NOTES -- ACKNOWLEDGMENTS -- REFERENCES -- CHAPTER 15 WELFARE REFORM AND POVERTY: A LATENT TRAJECTORY MODEL ANALYSIS -- INTRODUCTION -- REVIEW OF THE LITERATURE -- CONCEPTUAL BACKGROUND – DETERMINANTS OF POVERTY -- EMPIRICAL FRAMEWORK – DATA AND EMPIRICAL MODEL -- ANALYTIC METHOD AND EMPIRICAL ESTIMATION -- RESULTS -- SENSITIVITY ANALYSES – ALTERNATIVE SPECIFICATIONS -- DISCUSSION AND CONCLUSION -- NOTES -- ACKNOWLEDGMENTS -- REFERENCES -- .

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