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Economic well-being and inequality [electronic resource] : papers from the Fifth ECINEQ meeting

Economic well-being and inequality [electronic resource] : papers from the Fifth ECINEQ meeting

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Bishop, John A. Rodríguez, Juan Gabriel.
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Economic well-being and inequality [electronic resource] : papers from the Fifth ECINEQ meeting / edited by John A. Bishop, Juan Gabriel Rodríguez.
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Bingley, U.K. :   Emerald,   c2014.  
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1 online resource (xvii, 501 p.).
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Research on economic inequality,1049-2585 ; v. 22
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9781783505562 (electronic bk.)
요약
Research on economic inequality, volume 22 begins with papers of widespread interest on the impact of the Great Recession. The first paper addresses the impact of asset meltdown on the wealth of the US middle class, with disparate racial and ethnic impacts. The second studies poverty and inequality in the US in the aftermath of the Great Recession.The next topic is on the evolution of poverty and inequality in the world. One paper proposes a new methodology to measure global poverty and inequality, while the second analyzes the importance of considering not only the desperately poor but also those just above the subsistence level. Great interest for inequality researchers lies on the use of wealth data. Two approaches to this issue are presented. Firstly, several papers study wealth inequality directly. Secondly, a paper uses annuitized wealth data to augment the income measure of economic well-being. An emerging field in the study of economic well-being is the use of self-reported status and perceptions data. Three papers employ this type of data, investigating happiness inequality, perception of income inequality, and the existence of a Great Gatsby Curvé for job mobility.
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The asset price meltdown and household wealth over the great recession in the United States / Edward N. Wolff -- Cross-national differences in wealth portfolios at the intensive margin: is there a role for policy? / Karina Doorley, Eva Sierminska -- The decomposition of well-being dimensions : an application to Germany / Jürgen Faik, Uwe Fachinger -- On the estimation of the global income distribution using a parsimonious approach / Vanesa Jordá, José María Sarabia, Faustino Prieto -- Poverty has declined, but what about the burden of non-extreme poverty? Generalized dominance criteria for convex subsets within the poverty domain / Florent Bresson -- Are mass media and ICTs associated with inequality and poverty? / Sanghamitra Bandyopadhyay -- Socioeconomic inequality in happiness in the / Shiyi Chen, Buhong Zheng -- Cross-country intergenerational status mobility : is there a Great Gatsby curve? / John A. Bishop, Haiyong Liu, Juan Gabriel Rodríguez -- Perception of income inequality : a multidimensional scaling study / Barbara Jancewicz -- Polarization of time and income : a multidimensional analysis for Germany / Joachim Merz, Bettina Scherg -- On the measurement of regional convergence in inequality and welfare / Adelaide P.S. Duarte ... [et al.] -- Regional income convergence in Portugal (1991-2002) / Gertrudes Guerreiro -- Inequality, welfare and order statistics / Encarnación M. Parrado-Gallardo, Elena Bárcena-Martín, Luis J. Imedio-Olmedo -- On the measurement of intermediate inequality : a dominance criterion for a ray-invariant notion / Francisco Azpitarte, Olga Alonso-Villar -- Wage distributions and the accounting period : an assessment of the Shorrocks effect / Carsten Schröder -- Tournaments and superstar models : a mixture of two Pareto distributions / Abdoul Aziz Junior Ndoye, Michel Lubrano -- Determinants of active income inequality for non-wage earners in Cameroon / Simon Alain Song Ntamack.
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Includes bibliographical references.
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530 ▼a Issued also as a book.
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700 1 ▼a Rodríguez, Juan Gabriel.
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991 ▼a E-Book(소장)

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Cover -- Economic Well-Being and Inequality: Papers from the Fifth ECINEQ Meeting -- Copyright page -- Contents -- List of Contributors -- Introduction -- The Asset Price Meltdown and Household Wealth over the Great Recession in the United States -- Introduction -- The Context -- Data Sources and Methods -- Median Wealth Plummets over the Late 2000s -- Wealth Inequality Jumps in the Late 2000s -- The Share of Overall Wealth Gains, 1983–2010 -- Household Debt Continues to Remain high -- Portfolio Composition by Wealth Class -- The “Middle Class Squeeze” -- The Role of Leverage in Explaining the Steep Fall in Median Wealth and the Sharp Rise in Wealth Inequality over the Great Recession -- Two Arithmetic Examples -- Rates of Return -- The Racial Divide Widens over the Great Recession -- Wealth Shifts from the Young to the Old -- Summary and Concluding Remarks -- Notes -- References -- Cross-National Differences in Wealth Portfolios at the Intensive Margin: Is There a Role for Policy? -- Introduction -- Data -- Methodology -- The Level of Wealth Holdings -- Decomposing the Cross-Country Level of Wealth Holdings -- Results -- Country Differences in Asset Level Determinants -- Decomposition of Wealth Levels across the Distribution -- Decomposition Example -- Components of Wealth Portfolios -- Total Financial Assets -- Risky Assets -- Principal Residence -- Investment Real Estate -- Mortgage Debt -- Non-Housing Debt -- Cohort Differences -- The Intensive versus the Extensive Margin of Investment -- The Role of Institutions and Culture -- Financial Development -- Economic Freedom -- Bank Regulation -- Tax Rate -- Household Equity in Life Insurance and Pension Fund Reserves -- Mortgage Characteristics -- Mathematical Literacy -- Conclusions -- Notes -- Acknowledgments -- References -- Appendix -- The Decomposition of Well-Being Dimensions: An Application to Germany -- Introduction -- Background -- Data -- Socio-Demographic Information -- Income Sources -- Consumption Expenditure -- Wealth -- Limitations -- Method -- The Inequality Indicator -- Equivalence Scales -- The Shift-Share Method -- Results -- General Inequality Findings -- Subcategory-Specific Decompositions -- Decomposition of Potential Income -- Decomposition of (Net) Income -- Decomposition of Consumption Expenditure -- Decomposition of Wealth -- Socio-Demographic Decompositions -- Inequality Levels and Relative Positions -- Decomposition by Socio-Demographic Variables and Well-Being Dimensions -- Shift-Share Analyses -- Conclusions -- Notes -- References -- On the Estimation of the Global Income Distribution Using a Parsimonious Approach -- Introduction -- Modeling Income Using the Lamé Family of Distributions -- Estimation with Limited Information -- Modeling Regional and Global Income Distributions -- Data and Estimation -- Testing the Validity of the Model -- Results -- Regional and Global Income Distributions -- Inequality Patterns During the Nineties -- Conclusions -- Notes -- Acknowled.
gments -- References -- Poverty Has Declined, but What about the Burden of Non-Extreme Poverty? Generalized Dominance Criteria for Convex Subsets within the Poverty Domain -- Introduction -- Poverty Measurement and Generalized Dominance Conditions -- The General Framework -- Dominance Conditions for the Upper Part of the Poverty Domain and Continuous Poverty Indices -- Dominance Conditions for any Convex Subset of the Poverty Domain and/or Non-Continuous Poverty Indices -- What about Non-Extreme Poverty Changes in the Developing World? -- Estimating a Developing World Distribution of Income -- Results -- Conclusion -- Notes -- Acknowledgments -- References -- Appendix: Proofs -- Proof of Propositions 1 and 2 -- Proof of Proposition 3 -- Proof of Proposition 4 -- Are Mass Media and ICTs Associated with Inequality and Poverty? -- Introduction -- Mass Media and ICT -- Political Accountability -- Political Mechanisms -- Corruption -- The Effect of ICTs -- Growth -- Inequality -- Data and Empirical Strategy -- Measures of Mass Media Penetration -- Measures of ICT and Telephony -- Measures of Inequality and Poverty -- Associations of Inequality and Poverty with ICTs and Media -- Inequality, and ICTs and Media -- Poverty, ICTs and Media -- Issues of Endogeneity: Role of mass media -- Results -- Conclusion -- Notes -- References -- Appendix: Countries Used in the Analyses -- Socioeconomic Inequality in Happiness in the United States -- Introduction -- The Method -- The Results -- Happiness in the United States: From 1994 to 2012 -- Happiness Comparisons of Subgroups by Gender, Race, and Age -- Conclusions -- Notes -- References -- Cross-Country Intergenerational Status Mobility: Is There a Great Gatsby Curve? -- Introduction -- Estimation of the Intergenerational Elasticity -- Data -- Inequality and Social Status -- Empirical Results -- Conclusions -- Notes -- References -- Perception of Income Inequality: A Multidimensional Scaling Study -- Introduction -- Materials and Methods -- Results -- Discussion -- Notes -- References -- Appendix -- The Questionnaire (Own Translation) -- Income Inequality Questionnaire -- Polarization of Time and Income – A Multidimensional Analysis for Germany -- Introduction -- Multidimensional Polarization: Identification, Aggregation and Multidimensional CES Well-Being Function -- Multidimensional Polarization: Identification and Aggregation -- Multidimensional Polarization: Multidimensional CES Well-Being Function -- Multidimensional Polarization: New Indices Based on a Multidimensional (CES) Well-Being Function -- Multidimensional Well-Being Polarization (Median) -- Multidimensional Well-Being Polarization (Poverty and Affluence Threshold Lines) -- Multidimensional Well-Being Polarization Asymmetry -- Minimum Multidimensional Polarization Gap (2DGAP) -- Single Poverty/Affluence Attribute Gaps -- Relative Minimum 2DGAP -- Aggregation and Mean Minimum Polarization 2DGAP -- The Benefit: Transparency of Single Attributes of Mul.
tidimensional Polarization -- The n-Dimensional Case -- Input Distance Function Approach and Minimum 2DGAP -- Multidimensional Time and Income Polarization in Germany – Justification of Attributes and Polarization Threshold Line Concept -- Time and Income as Multidimensional Polarization Attributes -- Why Use Income as a Polarization Dimension? -- Why Use Time as a Polarization Dimension? -- Why Interdependent Time and Income Polarization? -- Income, Time, and Multidimensional Poverty and Affluence Threshold Line Concepts -- Income: Poverty and Affluence Threshold Line Concept -- Time: Poverty and Affluence Threshold Line Concept -- Multidimensional Time and Income Polarization in Germany – Data and Empirical Threshold Lines -- Data: GSOEP 2002 and GTUS 1991/1992 and 2001/2002 -- The German Socio-Economic Panel (GSOEP) -- GTUSs 1991/1992 and 2001/2002 -- Empirical Time, Income, and Well-Being Multidimensional Poverty and Affluence Threshold Lines, Germany, 1991/1992 and 2001/2002 -- Multidimensional Time and Income Polarization in Germany – Headcount Ratios, Well-Being Gap, and Minimum 2DGAP Results -- Overall Multidimensional Polarization Results: Headcount Ratios and Well-Being Gaps -- Unidimensional Polarization Results -- Multidimensional Well-Being Results -- Multidimensional Polarization by the Minimum 2DGAP -- Multidimensional Polarization Well-Being and Minimum 2DGAP Results Compared -- Multidimensional Time and Income Polarization in Germany – Results for Socio-Demographic Groups -- Concluding Remarks -- Notes -- Acknowledgment -- References -- Appendix: Polarization Measures in the Literature -- Unidimensional Polarization Measures -- Multidimensional Polarization Measures -- On the Measurement of Regional Convergence in Inequality and Welfare -- Introduction -- The Methodology -- Measuring the Regional Convergence of Per Capita Incomes -- Measuring the Regional Convergence of within Regions Inequalities and of Welfare Levels of the Various Regions -- Decomposing the Degree of Regional Convergence in the Welfare Level of the Various Regions into Per Capita Income and Inequ... -- An Empirical Illustration – Portugal between 1985 and 2006 -- Measuring the Regional Convergence of Per Capita Incomes -- Measuring the Regional Convergence of within Regions Inequalities and of Regional Welfare Levels -- Decomposing the Degree of Regional Convergence in the Welfare Level of the Various Regions into Per Capita Income and Inequ... -- Concluding Comments -- Notes -- Acknowledgment -- References -- Appendix A: On the Concept of Shapley Decomposition -- Appendix B: Database -- Appendix B1: Econometric Results for Regional Convergence of Per Capita Incomes -- Appendix B2: Econometric Results for Regional Convergence of within Regions Inequalities -- Appendix B3: Econometric Results for the Welfare Levels of the Various Regions -- Regional Income Convergence in Portugal (1991–2002) -- Introduction -- Literature Review -- Methodology and Information So.

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