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Spain: Estimates of Top Income Shares 2011-2012, and Revision for 2001-2010

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  • Facundo Alvaredo

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  • Luis Estévez-Bauluz

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  • Facundo Alvaredo & Luis Estévez-Bauluz, 2014. "Spain: Estimates of Top Income Shares 2011-2012, and Revision for 2001-2010," Technical Notes 201404, World Inequality Lab.
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    1. Anthony Atkinson, 2012. "UK Estimates of Top Income Shares 2009-2010: Revised Note on Methods," Technical Notes 201205, World Inequality Lab.
    2. Anthony Atkinson & Thomas Piketty, 2007. "Top incomes over the twentieth century: A contrast between continental european and english-speaking countries," Post-Print halshs-00754859, HAL.
    3. Anthony Atkinson, 2012. "UK Estimates of Top Income Shares 2009-2010," Technical Notes 201203, World Inequality Lab.
    4. Atkinson, A. B. & Piketty, Thomas (ed.), 2007. "Top Incomes Over the Twentieth Century: A Contrast Between Continental European and English-Speaking Countries," OUP Catalogue, Oxford University Press, number 9780199286881, Decembrie.
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