Here is the video that we discussed during the first course,

References for the course are the following,

- Atkinson Measuring top incomes: Methodological issuesis
- Atkinson & Morelly Chartbook of economic inequality
- Burricand, Houdré & Seguin Les niveaux de vie en 2010
- Amiel & Cowell Thinking about Inequality
- Cowell Measurement of inequality
- Cowell Measuring Inequality
- Cowell & Flachaire Statistical methods for distributional analysis
- Duclos, & Abdelkrim Poverty and Equity: Measurement, Policy and Estimation with DAD.
- Foster An Axiomatic Characterization of the Theil Measure of Income Inequality
- Haughton & Khandker Handbook on Poverty and Inequality
- Houdré, Missègue & Seguin Inégalités de niveau de vie et pauvreté
- Kahneman, Krueger, Schkade, Schwarz & Stone Would you be happier if you were richer? A focusing illusion
- Lewis & Ulph Poverty, Inequality and Welfare
- Piketty Capital in the Twenty-First Century
- Ravaillon Issues in Measuring and Modelling Poverty
- Sen From Income Inequality to Economic Inequality
- Sen Inequality Reexamined

For similar course lectures notes, see Emmanuel Flachaire’s ECON-473 webpage, as well as Michel Lubrano’s notes.

For the project, some references in French,

and in English

- Socioeconomic inequalities in health
- Out-of-pocket payments in the Austrian health care system – a distributional analysis
- Redistribution as an income mobility process: The identification and measurement of redistribution
- Rising Inequality? Changes in the Distribution of Income and Consumption in the 1980’s
- Methods for measuring horizontal equity in health resource allocation: a comparative study
- Pro-poor growth: concepts and measurement with country case studies

There is also the following report (one can focus only on a chapter of the report)