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[IWS] Census: ANNUAL INCOME AND EARNINGS INEQUALITY METRICS: 2009-2012 [9 December 2014]

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Press Release 9 December 2014

Annual Income and Earnings Inequality Metrics: 2009-2012

http://www.census.gov/newsroom/press-releases/2014/cb14-tps85.html

 

Using four calendar years (2009-2012) of data from the 2008 Survey of Income and Program Participation panel, this table package presents inequality metrics for annual estimates of personal, family and household income and earnings. The derived inequality measures for each calendar year are the Gini index, the mean log deviation, the Theil index and the Atkinson index. Internet address:  http://www.census.gov/programs-surveys/sipp/publications/tables/ineq-metrics.html

 


Annual Income and Earnings Inequality Metrics: 2009 to 2012
http://www.census.gov/programs-surveys/sipp/publications/tables/ineq-metrics.html?eml=gd&utm_medium=email&utm_source=govdelivery

2009

§  Table 1: Inequality Metrics for Annual Total Income (Personal, Family, and Household)

§  Table 2: Inequality Metrics for Annual Earnings (Personal, Family, and Household)

2010

§  Table 3: Inequality Metrics for Annual Total Income (Personal, Family, and Household)

§  Table 4: Inequality Metrics for Annual Earnings (Personal, Family, and Household)

2011

§  Table 5: Inequality Metrics for Annual Total Income (Personal, Family, and Household)

§  Table 6: Inequality Metrics for Annual Earnings (Personal, Family, and Household)

2012

§  Table 7: Inequality Metrics for Annual Total Income (Personal, Family, and Household)

§  Table 8: Inequality Metrics for Annual Earnings (Personal, Family, and Household)

 

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