NOTE: This figure plots Lorenz curves
for the hourly-wage distribution ("Cross-sectional"), the wage distribution assuming everyone with the same occupation earns the same wage ("Hourly Wage (pooled)"), and the distribution of the PDV at 25 by occupation group ("PDV (age-specific)").
In addition, inequality can be made visible by means of Lorenz curves
that show what percentage of total EC is held by the bottom x% of countries.
Based on the score the data obtained was used to calculate Sorenson's similarity coefficient, Shannon's diversity index (11), Range weighted richness (12), Pielou's evenness index (13), Pareto Lorenz curve
(14) and Moving window analysis (15).
Related parametric measures of income inequality like Gini index, generalized entropy measure, two percentile ratios and Lorenz curve
illustrate that income inequality is increased in the province of Punjab during the years 2004-2008.
Jiang, "Changes ofland use structure in Beijing mountain area based on spatial Lorenz curves
," Journal of China Agricultural University, vol.
The general Lorenz curve
shown in Figure 1 plots the cumulative share of the number of individuals by income (from smallest to largest incomes) (on the x-axis) and the cumulative share of income (on the y-axis).
Figure 2 gives the Lorenz curve
for low-wage densities at the $12 per hour low-wage threshold.
Ahmed and Ludlow (1989) estimated problem of inequality by using Coefficient of Variation, Logarithmic Variance, Gini-Coefficient, Atkinson Indices and the Lorenz Curves
for 1979 and 1984-85.
This includes a study of the pattern of these KAS using Hoover index and Lorenz curves
. These indices and curves determine that whether the distribution of population with respect to area in the Katchi abadi (KA) under consideration is uniform or not.
The index is based on the Lorenz curve
. Figure A-1 displays the Lorenz curves
for the seven tax provisions making up the Bush tax cuts that are considered in this study.