Distribution and Redistribution in Postindustrial Democracies

@article{Bradley2003DistributionAR,
  title={Distribution and Redistribution in Postindustrial Democracies},
  author={David Bradley and David Evelyne Stephanie Francois John D. Huber and David Evelyne Stephanie Francois John D. Moller and David Evelyne Stephanie Francois John D. Nielsen and David Evelyne Stephanie Francois John D. Stephens},
  journal={World Politics},
  year={2003},
  volume={55},
  pages={193 - 228}
}
This article analyzes the processes of distribution and redistribution in postindustrial democracies. The authors combine a pooled time-series data base on welfare state effort and its determinants assembled by Huber, Ragin, and Stephens (1997) with data on income distribution assembled in the Luxembourg Income Survey (lis) archive. In the case of the lis data, the authors recalculate the microdata in order to remove the distorting influence of pensioners on pretax, pretransfer income… Expand

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