Publications Income Distribution

 Table 4.

Fitted Values of Gini and Share

A. Income Distribution Statistics
at various per capita Incomes

 Per capita Gini Share of Poorest 40 Percent income Regr. 1 Regr. 4 Regr. 1 Regr. 4 \$80 0.45 0.42 14.7 16.2 \$100 0.45 0.43 14.6 15.8 \$200 0.46 0.45 14.3 14.9 \$300 0.46 0.45 14.3 14.6 \$400 0.46 0.45 14.5 14.6 \$500 0.45 0.45 14.7 14.6 \$600 0.44 0.45 15.0 14.6 \$700 0.44 0.44 15.2 14.7 \$800 0.43 0.44 15.4 14.8 \$900 0.43 0.44 15.6 14.9 \$1000 0.42 0.43 15.8 15.0 \$ 2000 0.37 0.40 17.5 15.9 \$3000 0.34 0.38 18.8 16.8 \$4000 0.31 0.36 19.9 17.4 \$5000 0.29 0.34 20.7 18.1

The regression equations are taken from Table 2 and Table 3 respectively. Regression 1 uses only the Kuznets Curve and definitional dummy variables and Regression 4 has all other explanatory variables except regional dummies. The fitted values of Gini and Share are representative of the mean (for our sample) of income distribution statistics at the given leve l of income

B.   Per Capita Income with the Greatest Predicted Inequality

 Regression Gini Share Used All Countries Pakistan Excluding 1 213 211 2 191 197 3 452 562 4 316 429 5 310 373

Per capita income in 1964 U.S. Dollars.

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