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

There are 52 references in this bibliography folder.

Research, WIfDE (undated manuscript).
World income inequality database – User guide and data sources

Hall, P (Hall, P. (1994). Methodology and theory for the bootstrap. In Engle. R. and D. McFadden (Eds.), Handbook of Econometrics 4. Amsterdam:Verlag?.).
Methodology and theory for the bootstrap
In: Handbook of Econometrics 4, ed. by Engle. R. and D. McFadden, vol. 4, Amsterdam.

Bönke, T and Schröder, C (2011).
Poverty in germany – Statistical inference and decomposition
Journal of Economics and Statistics (Jahrbuecher fuer Nationaloekonomie und Statistik), 231(2):178-209.

Koulovatianos, C, Schröder, C, and Schmidt, U (2009).
Nonmarket household time and the cost of children
Journal of Business & Economic Statistics, 27:42-51.

Schröder, C (2009).
The construction and estimation of equivalence scales and their uses
In: Quantifying Consumer Preferences, Contributions to Economic Analysis, ed. by Slottje, D., vol. 288, Emerald, Bingley (UK).

Study, LI (2009).
LIS Inequality And Poverty Key Figures – Methods
Miscellaneous publication.

Donaldson, D and Pendakur, K (2006).
The identification of fixed costs from consumer behavior
Journal of Business & Economic Statistics, 24:255-265.

Study, LI (2006).
LIS Summary Income Variables
Miscellaneous publication.

Ferrer-i-Carbonell, A (2005).
Income and well-being: An empirical analysis of the comparison income effect
Journal of Public Economics, 89(5-6):997-1019.

Koulovatianos, C, Schröder, C, and Schmidt, U (2005).
On the income dependence of equivalence scales
Journal of Public Economics, 89(5-6):967-996.

Donaldson, D and Pendakur, K (2004).
Equivalent-expenditure functions and expenditure-dependent equivalence scales
Journal of Public Economics, 88(1-2):175-208.

Lambert, P (2004).
Equivalence scales, horizontal equity and horizontal inequity
In: Household Behaviour, Equivalence Scales, Welfare and Poverty, ed. by Dagum, C. and G. Ferrari, Physica-Verlag, Heidelberg.

Shorrocks, A (2004).
Inequality and welfare evaluation of heterogeneous income distributions
Journal of Economic Inequality, 2(3):193-218.

Athanasopoulos, G and Vahid, F (2003).
Statistical inference and changes in income inequality in Australia
The Economic Record, 79(247):412-424.

Ebert, U and Moyes, P (2003).
Equivalence scales reconsidered
Econometrica, 71(1):319-343.

Biewen, M (2002).
Bootstrap inference for inequality, mobility and poverty measurement
Journal of Econometrics, 108(2):317 - 342.

Podder, N and Chatterjee, S (2002).
Sharing the national cake in post reform New Zealand: Income inequality trends in terms of income sources
Journal of Public Economics, 86(1):1-27.

Bertrand, M and Mullainathan, S (2001).
Do people mean what they say? Implications for subjective survey data
The American Economic Review, 91(2):pp. 67-72.

Van den Bosch, K (2001).
Identifying the poor: Using subjective and consensual measures
Aldershot: Ashgate.

Cowell, F (2000).
Measurement of inequality
In: Handbook of Income Distribution 1, ed. by Atkinson, A.B. and F. Bourguignon, Elsevier, Amsterdam.

Ebert, U (1999).
Using equivalent income of equivalent adults to rank income distributions
Social Choice and Welfare, 16(2):233-258.

Schwarz, N and Strack, F (1999).
Reports of subjective well-being: Judgmental processes and their methodological implications
In: Well-being: The Foundations of hedonic Psychology, ed. by Kahneman, D., Diener, E., and N. Schwarz, Russell Sage Foundation, New York.

Aaberge, R and Melby, I (1998).
The sensitivity of income inequality to choice of equivalence scales
Review of Income and Wealth, 44(4):565-569.

Slesnick, D (1998).
Empirical approaches to the measurement of welfare
Journal of Economic Literature, 36(4):2108-2165.

Lewbel, A (1997).
Consumer demand systems and household equivalence scales
In: Handbook of Applied Econometrics, Vol. II: Microeconomics, ed. by Pesaran, M.H. and P. Schmidt, Blackwell, Oxford.