Decomposition of the Inequality of Income distribution by income types- Application for Romania

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Andrei, T, Oancea, B, Richmond, P, Dhesi, G and Herteliu, C (2017). Decomposition of the Inequality of Income distribution by income types- Application for Romania. Entropy. 19 (9), p. 430.
AuthorsAndrei, T, Oancea, B, Richmond, P, Dhesi, G and Herteliu, C
Abstract

This paper identifies the salient factors that characterize the inequality income distribution for Romania. Data analysis is rigorously carried out using sophisticated techniques borrowed from classical statistics (Theil). Decomposition of the inequalities measured by the Theil index is also performed. This study relies on an exhaustive (11.1 million records for 2014) data-set for total personal gross income of Romanian citizens.

Year2017
JournalEntropy
Journal citation19 (9), p. 430
PublisherLondon South Bank University
Digital Object Identifier (DOI)doi:10.3390/e19090430
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Print01 Sep 2017
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Deposited06 Sep 2017
Accepted16 Aug 2017
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