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New Zealand: Estimates of Top Shares for 2010/2011, and Revision for 1999/2000-2009/2010


  • Facundo Alvaredo

    (Paris School of Economics)

  • Anthony Atkinson

    (Oxford University)


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  • Facundo Alvaredo & Anthony Atkinson, 2013. "New Zealand: Estimates of Top Shares for 2010/2011, and Revision for 1999/2000-2009/2010," Technical Notes 201302, World Inequality Lab.
  • Handle: RePEc:wel:tenote:201302

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    1. Facundo Alvaredo, 2017. "New Zealand: Estimates of top shares of fiscal income for 2014, and revision for 2013 and 2012," Technical Notes 201701, World Inequality Lab.

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