Stability of Incomes Distribution in Modern Russia (1994–2004)
Stability of Incomes Distribution in Modern Russia (1994–2004) Research results on households’ incomes distribution stability are presented in the paper. Absolutely stable and unstable household groups are identified. The former are the households from the 9-th and 10-th deciles, the latter are the poorest and richest households. A definition and a statistical algorithm of identification of stable and unstable households groups and stability level estimations are proposed. The hypothesis that the households’ incomes distribution is the «fundamental» law intrinsic to the society as long as goods exchange endures independently on a country social situation and non-catastrophic changes is offered for validation. The data used in the research were obtained from The Russia Longitu-dinal Economic Monitoring Survey (RLMS).
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