References

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

There are 47 references in this bibliography folder.

Davidson, R and Duclos, J (2013).
Testing for Restricted Stochastic Dominance
Econometric Reviews, 102:384-394.

Anderson, G, Leo, T, and Linton, O (2012).
A Polarization-Cohesian Perspective on Cross Country Convergence
Journal of Economic Growth.

Anderson, G, Linton, O, and Whang, Y (2012).
Nonparametric Estimation and Inference About the Overlap of Two Distributions
Journal of Econometrics, 171(1):1-23.

Anderson, G (2010).
Polarization Of The Poor: Multivariate Relative Poverty Measurement Sans Frontiers
Review of Income and Wealth, 56(1):84-101.

Anderson, G, Ge, Y, and Leo, T (2009).
Distributional Overlap: Simple, Multivariate, Parametric, and Nonparametric Tests for Alienation, Convergence, and General Distributional Difference Issues
Econometric Reviews, 29(3):247-275.

Battistin, E, Blundell, R, and Lewbel, A (2009).
Why Is Consumption More Log Normal than Income? Gibrat's Law Revisited
Journal of Political Economy, 117(6):1140-1154.

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

Durlauf, S, Johnson, P, and Temple, J (2005).
Growth Econometrics
In: Handbook of Economic Growth, ed. by Philippe Aghion and Steven Durlauf, vol. 1, chap. 8, pp. 555-677, Elsevier. Handbook of Economic Growth.

O.Neill, D (2005).
The Welfare Implications of Growth Regressions
Department of Economics, Finance and Accounting, National University of Ireland - Maynooth, Economics, Finance and Accounting Department Working Paper Series(n1570505).

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

Knowles, E (2004).
Oxford Dictionary of Quotations. 6th Edition
Oxford University Press, Oxford, Oxford.

Meghir, C and Pistaferri, L (2004).
Income Variance Dynamics and Heterogeneity
Econometrica, 72(1):1-32.

Meyer, B and Sullivan, J (2003).
Measuring the Well-Being of the Poor Using Income and Consumption
The Journal of Human Resources, 38:1180-1220.

Burgess, S, Gardiner, K, and Propper, C (2001).
Why Rising Tides Don’t Lift All Boats: An Explanation of the Relationship Between Poverty and Unemployment in Britain
CASE Working Paper no, 46.

Freeman, R (2001).
The Rising Tide Lifts...?
National Bureau of Economic Research, Inc, NBER Working Papers(8155).

Hines, J, Hoynes, H, and Krueger, A (2001).
Another Look at Whether a Rising Tide Lifts All Boats
National Bureau of Economic Research, Inc, NBER Working Papers(8412).

Reed, W (2001).
The Pareto, Zipf and other Power Laws
Economics Letters, 74(1):15-19.

Neal, D and Rosen, S (2000).
Theories of the Distribution of Earnings
In: Handbook of Income Distribution, ed. by A.B. Atkinson and F. Bourguignon, vol. 1, chap. 7 and 8, Elsevier. Handbook of Income Distribution.

Gabaix, X (1999).
Zipf'S Law For Cities: An Explanation
The Quarterly Journal of Economics, 114(3):739-767.

Temple, J (1999).
The New Growth Evidence
Journal of Economic Literature, 37(1):112-156.

Browning, M and Lusardi, A (1996).
Household Saving: Micro Theories and Micro Facts
Journal of Economic Literature, 34(4):1797-1855.

Deaton, A and Paxson, C (1994).
Intertemporal Choice and Inequality
Journal of Political Economy, 102(3):437-467.

Johnson, N, S. Kotz, and Balakrishnan, N (1994).
Continuous Univariate Distributions. Volume 1. 2nd Edition.
Wiley Series in Probability and Mathematical Statistics.

Barro, R and Sala-i-Martin, X (1992).
Convergence
Journal of Political Economy, 100(2):223-251.

Mankiw, N, Romer, D, and Weil, D (1992).
A Contribution to the Empirics of Economic Growth
The Quarterly Journal of Economics, 107(2):407-437.