2017 - Fellow of the American Academy of Political and Social Science
Timothy M. Smeeding mainly investigates Poverty, Demographic economics, Economic inequality, Income distribution and Development economics. His work deals with themes such as Equivalence, Welfare state, In kind and Asset, which intersect with Poverty. His research in Demographic economics intersects with topics in Value, Liberian dollar, Census, Earnings and Social mobility.
His Economic inequality study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Discount points, Intergenerational transmission, Social inequality and Political economy. His Income distribution study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Economic growth, Net national income and Total personal income. His study in Development economics is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Government, Child poverty, Standard of living and Welfare.
His main research concerns Poverty, Demographic economics, Economic growth, Income distribution and Development economics. While the research belongs to areas of Poverty, Timothy M. Smeeding spends his time largely on the problem of Public economics, intersecting his research to questions surrounding Welfare state. The study incorporates disciplines such as Social policy, Cash, Standard of living, Earnings and Social mobility in addition to Demographic economics.
Timothy M. Smeeding combines subjects such as Economic inequality, Total personal income and Labour economics with his study of Income distribution. His studies deal with areas such as Developed country and Child poverty as well as Development economics. His Income inequality metrics research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Income in kind and Gross income.
Timothy M. Smeeding mostly deals with Poverty, Demographic economics, Economic inequality, Development economics and Income distribution. His Poverty research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Socioeconomic status and Distribution. The Demographic economics study combines topics in areas such as Public policy and Redistribution.
His Income shares study in the realm of Economic inequality interacts with subjects such as Marginal propensity to consume. His Development economics research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Productivity, Life chances, Social mobility and Per capita. Timothy M. Smeeding has researched Income distribution in several fields, including Middle income countries and Labour economics.
Timothy M. Smeeding mainly focuses on Demographic economics, Poverty, Economic inequality, Income distribution and Income inequality metrics. Timothy M. Smeeding has included themes like Occupational safety and health and Foreclosure in his Demographic economics study. His Poverty study is concerned with the field of Economic growth as a whole.
Income distribution and Middle income countries are frequently intertwined in his study. In his research on the topic of Income inequality metrics, Distribution, Income shares and Social inequality is strongly related with Labour economics. His Socioeconomic status study incorporates themes from Earnings and Disadvantaged.
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Income distribution in OECD countries: evidence from the Luxembourg Income Study
A.B. Atkinson;Paris eng Oecd;L. Rainwater;T.M. Smeeding.
Cross-National Comparisons of Earnings and Income Inequality
Peter Gottschalk;Timothy M. Smeeding.
Journal of Economic Literature (1997)
EQUIVALENCE SCALES, WELL‐BEING, INEQUALITY, AND POVERTY: SENSITIVITY ESTIMATES ACROSS TEN COUNTRIES USING THE LUXEMBOURG INCOME STUDY (LIS) DATABASE
Brigitte Buhmann;Lee Rainwater;Guenther Schmaus;Timothy M. Smeeding.
Review of Income and Wealth (1988)
The Role of Higher Education in Social Mobility
Robert H. Haveman;Timothy M. Smeeding.
The Future of Children (2006)
Empirical evidence on income inequality in industrialized countries
Peter Thomas Gottschalk;Timothy Michael Smeeding.
Research Papers in Economics (1998)
Are Parents Investing Less Time in Children? Trends in Selected Industrialized Countries
Anne H. Gauthier;Timothy M. Smeeding;Frank F. Furstenberg.
Population and Development Review (2004)
POVERTY, TNEQUALTTY, AND FAMTLY LIVING STANDARDS IMPACTS ACROSS SEVEN NATIONS: THE EFFECT OF NONCASH SUBSIDIES FOR HEALTH, EDUCATION AND HOUSING
Timothy M. Smeeding;Peter Saunders;John Coder;Stephen Jenkins.
Review of Income and Wealth (1993)
Poor Kids in a Rich Country: America's Children in Comparative Perspective
Lee Rainwater;Timothy M. Smeeding.
“Fair” Inequality? Attitudes toward Pay Differentials: The United States in Comparative Perspective:
Lars Osberg;Timothy Smeeding.
American Sociological Review (2006)
Public Policy, Economic Inequality, and Poverty: The United States in Comparative Perspective*
Timothy M. Smeeding.
Social Science Quarterly (2005)
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