Richard J. Smith, University of Cambridge
Jaap Abbring, Tilburg University
Michael Jansson, Berkeley
Oliver Linton, University of Cambridge
Andrew Patton, Duke University
Heterogeneity is the focus of the 2013 Special Session organised by The Econometrics Journal at the Royal Economic Society Conference which will take... Read more
The study of social welfare and income inequality is one of enduring importance in economics and the wider social sciences. Defining and measuring these concepts has been a concern of many prominent economists for over a century.
The Econometrics Journal organized a Special Session on Econometrics of Inequality at the RES Annual Conference 2010 which was held at the University of Surrey. Papers were presented by Stephen Donald (University of Texas at Austin) and Russell Davidson (McGill University). Christian Schluter (Southampton University) was the discussant.
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