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The panel-of-countries approach to explaining income inequality: an interdisciplinary research agenda

Citation

Atkinson, Anthony B. & Brandolini, Andrea (2005). The panel-of-countries approach to explaining income inequality: an interdisciplinary research agenda.. Morgan, Steven L.; Grusky, David B.; & Fields, Gary S. (Eds.) (pp. 400-). Stanford, California: Stanford University Press.

Abstract

How often do working-class children obtain college degrees and then pursue professional careers? Conversely, how frequently do the children of doctors and lawyers fail to enter high status careers upon completion of their schooling? As inequalities of wealth and income have increased in industrialized nations over the past 30 years, have patterns of between-generation mobility changed?

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http://books.google.com/books?hl=en&lr=&id=LcAQvt2bXtoC&oi=fnd&pg=PA400&dq=The+panel-of-countries+approach+to+explaining+income+inequality:+An+interdisciplinary+research+agenda&ots=WwgFcTb0FM&sig=D2H0XXVYzJZLxmUyfUjSnHpXoHA#v=onepage&q=The%20panel-of-countries%20approach%20to%20explaining%20income%20inequality%3A%20An%20interdisciplinary%20research%20agenda&f=false

Reference Type

Book Section

Year Published

2005

Author(s)

Atkinson, Anthony B.
Brandolini, Andrea