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date: 15 December 2019

(p. xiv) List of Tables

(p. xiv) List of Tables

  1. 4.1. Decomposition of the Gini index of market income by income source in seven countries 79

  2. 4.2. Decomposition of the Gini index of disposable income by income source in seven countries 90

  3. 5.1. The share of property income: average 2001–5 122

  4. 6.1. International comparison of wealth inequality indicators, recent studies 131

  5. 6.2. Composition of household wealth in household balance sheets, 2000 136

  6. 6.3. Household investment in risky financial assets 137

  7. 7.1. Top income shares and partisanship since 1960 167

  8. 8.1. Decomposition of the variance of log annual earnings (1994–1998) 182

  9. 8.2. Fraction of variance of log annual earnings accounted for by components (1994–1998) 183

  10. 8.3. Levels of wage inequality, 1980, 1990, 2000 186

  11. 8.4. Changes in wage inequality 187

  12. 8.5. Collective bargaining coverage (% of employees), selected countries 189

  13. 8.6. Decomposition of US–other countries differences in wage inequality (weekly earnings of full-time workers), 1994–1998 190

  14. 9.1. Sources of industry earnings differentials 219

  15. 9.2. Importance of firm fixed effects in earnings variation across countries and time 221

  16. 10.1. Density and union presence 235

  17. 10.2. Summary dynamics of inequality and union presence 246

  18. 10.3. Pair-wise correlations between inequality and union presence 247

  19. 10.4. Correlations with standard deviation of log-earnings 248

  20. 10.5. Correlations between union presence (ICTWSS) and other measures of inequality 250

  21. 11.1. Low-wage employment among all workers by characteristics (%), 2001 266

  22. (p. xv) 12.1. Civilian labor force, OECD and selected countries, 1973–2005 287

  23. 12.2. Fertility rates and mean age of women at first birth, OECD and selected countries, 1970, 1995, and 2004 302

  24. 13.1. Income poverty rates in OECD countries around 2000 321

  25. 13.2. Trends in income poverty rates in OECD countries 323

  26. 13.3. Poverty rates, exit rates, and poverty persistence in the European Union, Canada, and the USA, 1993–1995, 50 percent of median income threshold 325

  27. 13.4. Income poverty rates for children and elderly in OECD countries around 2000 327

  28. 14.1. Men's and women's average hours and minutes of total work and non-market work as percentage of total work in twenty-seven countries ranked by human development index 348

  29. 15.1. Decomposition of general satisfaction inequality (married individuals with job) 378

  30. A16.1. Income and mortality c.2005 400

  31. A16.2. Changes in inequality and mortality from about 1980 to about 2000 401

  32. 17.1. Earnings differentials between tertiary education and post-secondary non-tertiary levels of education (aged 30–44, men and women, in 2005) 414

  33. 17.2. Evidence on the causal impact of education on earnings 416

  34. 17.3. Variations in weekly earnings differentials—demographics 417

  35. 17.4. Variations in graduate earnings differentials (2000)—degree subject 417

  36. 17.5. Quantile regression estimates (0.1, 0.5, 0.9 quantiles) 418

  37. 17.6. Aggregate trends in graduate/non-graduate employment and wages, UK and USA 422

  38. 17.7. Regression correlations of skill demand changes and technology measures 425

  39. 18.1. Population shares and inequality of size-adjusted personal income in selected US subpopulations, 1979 and 2004 444

  40. 19.1. Share of foreign population and the Gini coefficient 459

  41. 19.2. Labor market participation rates of natives, immigrants, and skill groups 462

  42. 19.3. Unemployment rates of natives, immigrants, and skill groups 463

  43. 19.4. Occupational attainment of natives, immigrants, and skill groups 465

  44. 19.5. Educational attainment of natives and immigrants 466

  45. (p. xvi) 19.6. Immigrant adjustment and selection in Australia 467

  46. 21.1. Studies of intragenerational mobility 536

  47. 22.1. Selection of representative studies from the recent empirical literature (in alphabetical order) 562

  48. 23.1. Estimated effects of the entry of China, India, and the ex-Soviet bloc on the global work force and the global capital/labor ratio 578

  49. 23.2. Indicators of the increased technological and scientific prowess of developing countries 581

  50. 23.3. Ratio of earnings in detailed occupations in the top 20% of countries relative to earnings in the bottom 20% of countries, c.2000 586

  51. 23.4. Changes in inequality in GDP per capita among countries, measured by the variance of log GDP per capita in purchasing parity price units 588

  52. 23.5. Growth rates of annual GDP per capita and absolute growth in GDP per capita in purchasing power parity prices, USA versus China, 1990–2006 590

  53. 24.1. Poverty and inequality measures for individual countries, 1990s and 2000s 602

  54. 24.2. Poverty measures for $1 a day: world and regional averages 610

  55. 24.3. Poverty measures for $2 a day: world and regional averages 611

  56. 25.1. Expenditure profiles in three welfare regimes 649

  57. 25.2. The impact of services on household inequality reduction 654

  58. 25.3. Poverty reduction in families with children, mid-1990s 656

  59. 25.4. The persistency of income poverty in families with children 659

  60. 26.1. Public and publicly mandated social spending as a percentage of GDP, 2003 667