6 September 2019

Søren Leth-Petersen and Johan Sæverud give talk about income inequality

at Stanford conference on Global Income Dynamics, August 30-31, 2019.

The aim of the Global Income Dynamics initiative is to provide detailed and relevant statistics on trends in income inequality across 20 developed countries. What makes this possible is the increasing availability of population-wide administrative data collected by tax authorities in many countries. Denmark is at the forefront of this development having documented incomes for the entire population for almost 40 years.

See the slides from the presentation at Stanford University here