Workshop on Harmonization of household surveys, fiscal data and national accounts: comparing approaches and establishing standards

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May 17-18, 2018
[ti_icon icon=”fa-map-marker” size=”default” style=”icon-left” text_color=”blue” background_color=”blue” icon_color=”#ff613c”]Paris School of Economics, Paris, France

The CEQ Institute’s Nora Lustig, Ludovico Feoli, and Sean Higgins participated in a workshop hosted by The World Inequality Lab at the Paris School of Economics in Paris. The workshop focused on methods to combine household surveys, fiscal data and national accounts in order to measure income and wealth inequality systematically across countries and over time. This workshop sought to review and debate different methodological approaches and establish data collection and production standards among different research groups.

Click here to view the workshop’s program.

Presentations:

“The Missing Rich in Household Surveys: A Survey of Causes and Correction Methods,” by Nora Lustig. Presented at the Paris School of Economics as part of Workshop on Harmonization of household surveys, fiscal data and national accounts: comparing approaches and establishing standards, Paris, France. May 17-18, 2018.

“Conclusions?,” by Nora Lustig. Presented at the Paris School of Economics as part of Workshop on Harmonization of household surveys, fiscal data and national accounts: comparing approaches and establishing standards, Paris, France. May 17-18, 2018.