References

This folder holds the following references to publications, sorted by year and author.

There are 35 references in this bibliography folder.

Anderson, G, Crawford, I, and Leicester, A (2011).
Welfare Rankings From Multivariate Data, a Nonparametric Approach
Journal of Public Economics, 95(3-4):247-252.

Anderson, G, Linton, O, and Leo, T (2011).
Rich Country-Poor Country Convergence from a Polarization-Cohesion Perspective
Department of Economics, University of Toronto, Mimeo.

Anderson, G, Pittau, G, and Zelli, R (2011).
Partially Identified Poverty Status: A New Approach to Measuring Poverty and the Progress of the Poor
Department of Economics, University of Toronto, Working Paper(tecipa-421).

Anderson, G (2010).
Polarization of the Poor: Multivariate Relative Poverty Measurement Sans Frontiers
Review of Income and Wealth, 56:84–101.

Gigliarano, C and Mosler, K (2009).
Constructing Indices of Multivariate Polarization
Journal of Economic Inequality, 7(4):435-460.

Anderson, G (2008).
The Empirical Assessment of Multidimensional Welfare, Inequality and Poverty: Sample Weighted Generalizations of the Kolmorogorov-Smirnov Two Sample Test for Stochastic Dominance
Journal of Economic Inequality, 6:73–87.

Anderson, G and Leo, T (2007).
Family Formation and the One Child Policy in Urban China
Department of Economics, University of Toronto, Mimeo.

Esteban, J and Ray, D (2007).
A Comparison of Polarization Measures
Unitat de Fonaments de l'Anàlisi Econòmica (UAB) and Institut d'Anàlisi Econòmica (CSIC), UFAE and IAE Working Papers(700.07).

Duclos, J, Sahn, D, and Younger, S (2006).
Robust Multidimensional Poverty Comparisons
Economic Journal, 116(514):943-968.

Grusky, D and Kanbur, R (2006).
Poverty and Inequality
Stanford University Press.

Anderson, G and Ge, Y (2005).
The Size Distribution of Chinese Cities
Regional Science and Urban Economics, 35(6):756-776.

Anderson, G (2004).
Toward an Empirical Analysis of Polarization
Journal of Econometrics, 122:1–26.

Anderson, G and Ge, Y (2004).
Do Economic Reforms Accelerate Urban Growth: The Case of China
Urban Studies, 11:2197–2210.

Duclos, J, Esteban, J, and Ray, D (2004).
Polarization: Concepts, Measurement, Estimation
Bureau for Research in Economic Analysis of Development, Working Paper(No. 059, April).

Duclos, J, Esteban, J, and Ray, D (2004).
Polarization: Concepts, Measurement, Estimation
Econometrica, 72(6):1737-1772.

Zhang, X and Kanbur, R (2001).
What Difference Do Polarisation Measures Make? An Application to China
The Journal of Development Studies, 37(3):85-98.

Wang, YQ and Tsui, KY (2000).
Polarization Orderings and New Classes of Polarization Indices
Journal of Public Economic Theory, 2:349–363.

Maasoumi, E (1999).
Multidimensioned Approaches to Welfare Analysis, chapter 15
In: Handbook of Income Inequality Measurement, ed. by J. Silber, Kluwer Academic Publishers.

Esteban, J, Gradin, C, and Ray, D (1998).
Extensions of a Measure of Polarization, with an Application to the Income Distribution of Five OECD Countries
Instituto de Analisis Económico, Mimeo.

Alesina, AE (1997).
On the Number and Size of Nations
Quarterly Journal of Economics, 112:1027–1056.

Koshevoy, GA and Mosler, K (1997).
Multivariate Gini Indices
Journal of Multivariate Analysis, 60(2):252-276.

Tsui, K (1995).
Multidimensional Generalizations of the Relative and Absolute Inequality Indices: The Atkinson-Kolm-Sen Approach
Journal of Economic Theory, 67:251–265.

Esteban, J and Ray, D (1994).
On the Measurement of Polarization
Econometrica, 62(4):819-51.

Wolfson, M (1994).
When Inequalities Diverge
American Economic Review, 84(2):353-58.

Foster, J and Wolfson, M (1992).
Polarization and the Decline of the Middle Class in Canada and the USA
Vanderbilt University, Mimeo.