Allows to compute the affluence (richness) indices (affluence gap, income share of the top p %, richness headcount ratio, concave and convex measures of affluence) and to construct the confidence intervals for affluence indices. The richness line is defined by the user as multiple of the income median. Additionally, this package allows also to compute the Wolfson polarization index.
Alicja Wolny-Dominiak, Anna S<b1>czewska-Piotrowska
Maintainer: Alicja Wolny-Dominiak
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4. Peichl A., Schaefer T., Scheicher C. (2008) Measuring richness and poverty - A micro data application to Europe and Germany. IZA Discussion Paper No. 3790, Institute for the Study of Labor (IZA).
5. S<b1>czewska-Piotrowska A. (2015) Identification of determinants of income richness using logistic regression model. Zarz<b1>dzanie i Finanse. Journal of Management and Finance, 4, Part 2, pp. 241-259 (in Polish).
6. Wolfson M.C. (1994) When inequalities diverge, The American Economic Review, 84, pp. 353-358.
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