References

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

There are 41 references in this bibliography folder.

Israel, Bo (2013).
Annual Reports
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Palacios-González, F and García-Fernández, R (2013).
Mixtures of Mixtures based on Multiresolution analysis, Communications in Statistics- Simulation and Computation
Miscellaneous publication, forthcoming..

Atkinson, A and Brandolini, A (2011).
On the Identification of the “Middle Class”
ECINEQ, Society for the Study of Economic Inequality, Working Papers(217).

Palacios-González, F and García-Fernández, R (2011).
An Intra-Group Variance based Polarization Measure
ECINEQ, Society for the Study of Economic Inequality, Working Papers(188).

Foster, J and Wolfson, M (2010).
Polarization and the Decline of the Middle Class: Canada and the U.S
Journal of Economic Inequality, 8(2):247-273.

OECD (2010).
OECD Reviews of Labour Market and Social Policies
Israel:1-288.

Oliver, X, Piccoli, L, and Spadaro, A (2010).
A MICROSIMULATION EVALUATION OF EFFICIENCY, INEQUALITY, AND POLARIZATION EFFECTS OF IMPLEMENTING THE DANISH, THE FRENCH, AND THE U.K. REDISTRIBUTION SYSTEM IN SPAIN
Review of Income and Wealth, 56(1):186-214.

Pittau, M, Zelli, R, and Johnson, P (2010).
Mixture Models, Convergence Clubs, And Polarization
Review of Income and Wealth, 56(1):102-122.

Gottlieb, D and Kushnir, L (2009).
Social Policy Targeting and Binary Information Transfer between Surveys
Economics: The Open-Access, Open-Assessment E-Journal, 3(2009-30).

Palacios-González, F and García-Fernández, R (2009).
A Multiresolution Analysis of Income Polarization
European Journal of Economic and Social Systems:119-142.

Rubinstein, A (2009).
Economic Fables, (in Hebrew), Kinneret, Zmora-Bitan, Dvir
Miscellaneous publication, Also available in English under that title: www.openbook.publishers.com.

Chotikapanich, D and Griffiths, W (2008).
Estimating Income Distributions Using a Mixture of Gamma Densities
The University of Melbourne, Department of Economics - Working Papers Series(1034).

Institute, NI (2008).
Poverty and Social Gaps, Annual Report
Miscellaneous publication.

Flachaire, W and Nunez, O (2007).
Estimation of the Income Distribution and Detection of Subpopulations: An Explanatory Model
Computational Statistics & Data Analysis, 51(7):3368 - 3380.

Silber, J, Hanoka, M, and Deutsch, J (2007).
On the Link Between the Concepts of Kurtosis and Bipolarization
Economics Bulletin, 4(36):1-6.

Pittau, M and Zelli, R (2006).
Trends in Income Distribution in Italy: A Non-Parametric and a Semi-Parametric Analysis
Journal of Income Distribution, 15:90-118.

Institute, NI (2004-2008).
Annual Surveys
Miscellaneous publication.

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

Gottlieb, D (2002).
The Effect of Migrant Workers on Employment,Real Wages and Inequality The Case of Israel -1995 to 2000
University Library of Munich, Germany, MPRA Paper(3148).

D'Ambrosio, C (2001).
Household Characteristics and the Distribution of Income in Italy: An Application of Social Distance Measures
Review of Income and Wealth, 47(1):43-64.

Gottlieb, D and Blejer, M (2001).
Liberalization in the Capital Account of the Balance of Payments
In: From Government Intervention to a Market Economy: The Israeli Economy 1985-1998, ed. by Avi Ben-Bassat, pp. 291 - 340, MIT Press.

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.

McLachlan, G and Peel, D (2000).
Finite Mixture Models
No source specified

Tsui, K and Wang, Y (2000).
Ordering and New Classes of Polarisation Indices
Journal of Public Economic Theory, 2 (3):349-363.

Esteban, J, Gradín, C, and Ray, D (1999).
Extensions of a Measure of Polarization OCDE Countries
Luxembourg income Study, Working Paper, 218.