Data on Top Income Shares

This post is reblogged from isomorphismes: Incomes of the top .01%, 1915–2008 in France and United States via @JWMason1 from the interactive The Top Incomes Database — you can select countries such as Argentina, China, Indonesia, Ireland and you can select upper quantiles like the lower half of the top percent; the .5%–.1%; top .1%; the top 10%–5%; and so on and you can get income controls, price level indices, number of tax units, number of adults — the things you need to divide by in order to make apples-to-apples comparisons Wooo, data!

This post is reblogged from isomorphismes:

Incomes of the top .01%, 1915–2008 in France and United States

via @JWMason1

from the interactive The Top Incomes Database —

you can select countries such as Argentina, China, Indonesia, Ireland

and you can select upper quantiles like the lower half of the top percent; the .5%–.1%; top .1%; the top 10%–5%; and so on

and you can get income controls, price level indices, number of tax units, number of adults — the things you need to divide by in order to make apples-to-apples comparisons

Wooo, data!