LISTrends, scatter plots, distributions, maps. Explore more combinations of indicators by subgroups here:
The underlying data are available for researchers in the Luxembourg Wealth Study (LWS) Database.
LIS🎤LIS is currently seeking applications for a New Director.
The position involves overseeing the work of LIS, exploring and promoting promising expansions of its activities. Interested? check here
For the past five years, we have offered an intensive, weeklong summer workshop on inequality – “Inequality by the Numbers” – at the campus of The Graduate Center/CUNY in midtown Manhattan. Although we are unable to carry on that tradition...
LISThis year's ‘Inequality by the Numbers’ Virtual Workshop 2020 contains a series of 14 interesting talks about #inequality, including a broad introduction to the @lisdata by @JanetGornick@stone_lis
Find more information here 👇
LISLIS is excited to share today's launch of our new interactive visualisation tool DART!
DART allows users to visualise income and wealth indicators, and to decompose them by individual and household characteristics.
#inequality #poverty #income #wealth pic.twitter.com/AECvRxpo3l
LISLIS is happy to announce the launch of a fully web-based interface of LISSY, including graphing!
➡️graphing functionality, on screen and exportable as image
➡️possibility to review syntax in a multiple jobs window
➡️download of all results in PDF/TXT/PNG
LIS🔹You are interested in acquiring advanced knowledge about methods used in inequality research?
🔹You would like to work with multiple countries to study inequality comparatively?
➡️Then you might be interested in attending the LIS Summer Workshop!👇
LISHow have old-age poverty and the gender gender gap developed?
Using the LIS data, Laure Doctrinal and Rense Nieuwenhuis shed some light on long-term trends covering the period 1970-2010.
--#InequalityMatters, Issue 11, Sep 2019--
#poverty #elderly pic.twitter.com/jzIkK65cQr
LISAndrea Brandolini, Daniele Checchi, Janet C. Gornick, and Timothy M. Smeeding published the conference proceedings, including the main results of thirteen papers from last year's LIS user conference 'The Legacy of Tony Atkinson in Inequality Analysis'.