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07756: Measures of income despersion. Household equivalent income (EU-scale) between persons 1986 - 2020

Christian Hrafn Brovold, Statistics Norway
+47 917 53 132
Elisabeth Omholt, Statistics Norway
+47 930 55 528
Jon Epland, Statistics Norway
+47 56 57 20 84
2022-03-01 08:00
Gini coefficient:
gini coefficient
Standard error of the Gini coefficient:
standard error
P90/P10:
percentile ratio
S80/S20:
percentile ratio
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Gini coefficient

The Gini coefficient is a number between 0 and 1 that measures the degree of inequality in the distribution of income, where 0 corresponds with perfect equality and 1 corresponds with perfect inequality.

P90/P10

P90/P10 refers to the percintile ratio of the 9th and the 1st decile cut-offs.

S80/S20

S80/S20 refers to the ratio of the share of income held by the top 20 percent of the distribution and bottom 20 persent of the distribution.