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[Nouveau] Global Carbon Inequality 1990-2019
L. Chancel, WID.world Study and Working Paper, 2021
 
[Nouveau] Why is Europe More Equal than the US?
T. Blanchet, L. Chancel, A. Gethin, American Economic Journal: Applied Economics, forthcoming
 
[Nouveau] Global income inequality 1820-2020: The Persistence and Mutation of Extreme Inequality
L. Chancel, T. Piketty, Journal of the European Economic Association, 2021, vol. 19, p. 3025–3062
 
Ten facts about inequality in advanced economies
L. Chancel, chapitre dans 'Combating Inequality: Rethinking Government's Role', MIT Press, 2021 (éd. O. Blanchard, D. Rodrik)
 
Indian Income Inequality, 1922-2015: from British Raj to Billionaire Raj?
L. Chancel, T. Piketty, Review of Income and Wealth, 2019, vol. 65, p. 33-62
 
Global Inequality Dynamics: New Findings from WID.world
F. Alvaredo, L. Chancel, T. Piketty, E. Saez et G. Zucman. American Economic Review P&P, 2017, vol. 107 (5), p. 404-409
 
The Elephant Curve of Global Inequality and Growth
F. Alvaredo, L. Chancel, T. Piketty, E. Saez, G. Zucman, American Economic Association P&P, 2018, vol. 108, p. 103-108
 
Extreme Inequality: Evidence from Brazil, India, the Middle East, and South Africa
L. Assouad, L. Chancel, M. Morgan, American Economic Association P&P, 2018, vol. 108, p. 119-23
 
Reducing Inequalities within Countries: Assessing the Potential of the Sustainable Development Goals
L. Chancel, A. Hough, T. Voituriez, Global Policy, 2018, vol. 9, p. 5-16
 
Distributional National Accounts (DINA) Methods and Global Inequality Estimates from WID.world
F. Alvaredo, L. Chancel, T. Piketty, E. Saez, G. Zucman. Economics and Statistics, 2020, vol. 517, p. 41-59
 
Carbon and Inequality: from Kyoto to Paris
L. Chancel, T. Piketty, World Inequality Lab Study, Paris School of Economics, 2015, 48p.
 
Are younger generations higher carbon emitters than their elders?
L. Chancel, Ecological Economics, 2014, vol. 100, p. 195-207
 
[Data] World Inequality Database