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Appendix to "From Soviets to Oligarchs: Inequality and Property in Russia, 1905-2016"

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  • Filip Novokmet

    (Paris School of Economics)

  • Thomas Piketty

    (Paris School of Economics)

  • Gabriel Zucman

    (University of California at Berkeley)

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This appendix supplements our paper and describes the full set of data files and computer codes (NPZ2017.zip) that were used to construct the series.

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  • Filip Novokmet & Thomas Piketty & Gabriel Zucman, 2017. "Appendix to "From Soviets to Oligarchs: Inequality and Property in Russia, 1905-2016"," Working Papers 201710, World Inequality Lab.
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    3. Facundo Alvaredo & Lydia Assouad & Thomas Piketty, 2019. "Measuring lnequality in the Middle East 1990–2016: The World’s Most Unequal Region?," Review of Income and Wealth, International Association for Research in Income and Wealth, vol. 65(4), pages 685-711, December.
    4. Galvin, Ray & Sunikka-Blank, Minna, 2018. "Economic Inequality and Household Energy Consumption in High-income Countries: A Challenge for Social Science Based Energy Research," Ecological Economics, Elsevier, vol. 153(C), pages 78-88.
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