Economic Inequality in Spain: The European Union Household Panel Dataset
AbstractThis article uses data from the 1998 European Union Household Panel to study economic inequality in Spain. It reports data on the Spanish distributions of income, labor income, and capital income, and on related features of inequality, such as age, employment status, educational attainment, and marital status. It also reports data on the income mobility of Spanish households. We find that income, earnings, and, very especially, capital income are very unequally in Spain.
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Inequality; Income distribution; Labour earnings distribution; Capital income distribution;
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- Santiago Budría & Javier Díaz-Giménez, . "Economic Inequality in Spain: The European Union Household Panel Dataset," Working Papers 2004-24, FEDEA.
- J - Labor and Demographic Economics
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