Gini Coefficients


 

          

  Professor Mark L. Burkey

 

 

Information on the Gini Coefficient

and Income Inequality

                 

 

The information here has been used by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, and Cited by a World Bank report.  It used to be located at www.ncat.edu/~burkeym/gini.htm , but it has been moved here for safekeeping.


Update:  People have been asking me about Census 2010 Gini Coefficieints.

Please see my YouTube video explaining why there won't be any, and where to get some substitutes. See www.burkeyacademy.com , or here is the direct link:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g3IG3mXdJRc 



I have found it difficult to find Gini coefficients to discuss in class and use in my research, so I created this page to help other teachers and researchers.

 

If you find this information helpful or have suggestions or corrections, please let me know!

-Mark L. Burkey

burkeym@ncat.edu

 

The Files below are stored in Google Documents, and might not display correctly.  I suggest clicking File, Download after the file opens in Google Docs, and viewing on your local computer.

Excel file with Gini coefficients for all US Counties, US States, and for several Countries.  US Ginis were calculated using Household Income groupings from the 2000 Census.

Ginis For US.XLS

 

Word Document Showing how the Ginis were calculated.

Gini coefficients documentation.doc

 

PowerPoint file on Gini Coefficients and Lorenz Curves

Gini IncomeInequality.ppt

 

 


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