Income and wealth statistics for households

09114: Measures of income despersion. Household equivalent income (EU-scale) between persons (M) (UD) 2004 - 2017
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Contact and information

Information

Latest update
2018-12-20
Contact
Christian Hrafn Brovold, Statistics Norway
+47 408 11 330
cbr@ssb.no

Elisabeth Omholt, Statistics Norway
+47 930 55 528
oel@ssb.no

Jon Epland, Statistics Norway
+47 56 57 20 84
jep@ssb.no

Unit
Gini coefficient:
gini coefficient
P90/P10:
percentile ratio
Source
Statistics Norway
Database
External PROD
Footnotes

Footnotes

Student households and children below the age of 18 years who are living alone, are excluded. Figures have been corrected. Data are missing for 0821 Bø in 2006.
See list over changes in regional classifications (in Norwegian).
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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.

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