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The UNU/WIDER - UNDP World Income Inequality Database (WIID) collects and stores information on income inequality for developed, developing, and transition countries in an easily retrievable, exportable, and analyzable format. It is available on the internet for browsing and download in order to facilitate further analysis and debate on inequality.

The Luxembourg Income Study The LIS is a cooperative research project on natural and social science with a membership that includes 25 countries on four continents: Europe, America, Asia and Oceania.

US census - Income Inequality A brief look at Income Inequality provided by U.S. Census Bureau.


World Bank - Inequality Around the World The World Bank conducts research in inequality on its different shapes and forms in the word, in transition economies and in how it effects political and economic variables.

The research unit on Industry and Innovation (Lab.RII) The research unit on Industry and Innovation (Lab.RII), from Université du Littoral Côte d'Opale, is specialized in international industrial economics, labor economics and economics of innovation. Lab.RII's approach aims at associating various academic fields (economics, sociology, social policy studies, history of technology, etc.)

CEDLAS CEDLAS is a research center focused on the study of distributional, labor, and social issues from an economic perspective. The Center specializes in policy and applied empirical research on social issues based on microdata from household surveys in Latin America and the Caribbean.

The Levy Institute Measure of Economic Well-Being The Levy Institute Measure of Economic Well-Being (LIMEW) is informed by the view that three key institutions—the market, state, and household—mediate the access of the members of the household to the goods and services produced in a modern market economy.

Branko Milanovic at LIS

Branko Milanovic is a leading scholar on income inequality who joined The Graduate Center as Visiting Presidential Professor and Senior Scholar in the LIS Center. Before coming to the LIS Center, he was Lead Economist in the World Bank's research department. He is the author of The Haves and the Have-Nots: A Brief and Idiosyncratic History of Global Inequality and numerous articles on the global income distribution.


 
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