Luxembourg Institute of Socio-Economic Research


LISER is an independent institute for social and economic research addressing policy relevant issues based on state-of-the-art scientific methodology.

The institute is committed to become a key player for evidence based policy advice both on the national and the European level. Therefore, the institute is engaged in developing tools for quantitative and qualitative policy analysis serving for causal ex-post evaluation as well as for model based ex-ante impact assessment of policy interventions.

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5 Feb 2019

Through an extended decomposition framework, this paper estimates the effect of four main components (policy, demography, market income and other factors) on the year-over-year changes in income inequality in Australia between 2002 and 2016.

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