Bibliography: Inequality

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Flohr, M. (2019). ‘Artisans and Markets: the Economics of Roman Domestic Decoration’. AJA 123.1: 101–125.
Flohr, M. (2017). ‘Quantifying Pompeii: Population, Inequality and the Urban Economy’, in M. Flohr and A. Wilson (eds), The Economy of Pompeii. Oxford, 53–84.
Albouy, D. and M. Zabek (2016). ‘Housing Inequality’. 21916: 0–24 NBER Working Paper 21916 (, ).
Roth, C. and J. Wohlfart (2016). ‘Experienced Inequality and Preferences for Redistribution’. : 0–81.
Ryckbosch, W. (2016). ‘Economic inequality and growth before the industrial revolution: the case of the Low Countries (fourteenth to nineteenth centuries)’. EREH 20.1: 1–22.
Scheidel, W. (2016). ‘Empires of inequality: ancient China and Rome’. : 0–21 Princeton/Stanford Working Papers in Classics (, ).
Alfani, G. (2015). ‘Economic Inequality in Northwestern Italy: A Long-Term View (Fourteenth to Eighteenth Centuries)’. JEH 75.4: 1058–1096.
Gächter, S. (2015). ‘Behavioural economics: Visible inequality breeds more inequality’. Nature 526: 333–334.
Harper, K. (2015). ‘Landed Wealth in the Long Term: Patterns, Possibilities, Evidence’, in P.P.M. Erdkamp, K. Verboven and A. Zuiderhoek (eds), Ownership and Exploitation of Land and Natural Resources in the Roman World. Oxford, 43–61.
Kehoe, D. (2015). ‘Poverty, Distribution of Wealth and Economic Growth in the Roman Empire’, in P.P.M. Erdkamp and K. Verboven (eds), Structure and Performance in the Roman Economy. Models, Methods and Case Studies. Brussels, 183–196.
Nishi, A., H. Shirado, D. Rand and N. Christakis (2015). ‘Inequality and visibility of wealth in experimental social networks’. Nature 526: 426–429.
Filandri, M. and M Olagnero (2014). ‘Housing Inequality and Social Class in Europe’. Housing Studies 29.7: 977–993.
Huang, Y and S. Li (2014). Housing Inequality in Chinese Cities. London.
Kron, G. (2014). ‘Comparative evidence and the reconstruction of the ancient economy: Greco-Roman housing and the level and distribution of wealth and income’, in F. De Callatay (ed.), Quantifying the Greco-Roman Economy and Beyond. Bari, 123–146.
Hanus, J. (2013). ‘Real inequality in the early modern Low Countries: the city of 's-Hertogenbosch, 1500-1660’. EHR 66.3: 733–756.
Kron, G. (2011). ‘The Distribution of Wealth at Athens in Comparative Perspective’. ZPE 179: 129–138.
Milanovic, B., P. Lindert and J. Williamson (2011). ‘Pre-Industrial Inequality’. The Economic Journal 121: 255–272.
Alfani, G. (2010). ‘Wealth Inequalities and Population Dynamics in Early Modern Northern Italy’. JIH 40.4: 513–549.
Scheidel, W. and S. Friesen (2009). ‘The Size of the Eonomy and the Distribution of Income in the Roman Empire’. JRS 99: 61–91.
Milanovic, B. (2006). ‘An estimate of average income and inequality in Byzantium in the year 1000’. RevIncWeal 52.3: 449–470.
Scheidel, W. (2006). ‘Stratification, deprivation and quality of life’, in E.M. Atkins and R. Osborne (eds), Poverty in the Roman World. Cambridge, 40–59.
Foxhall, L. (2002). ‘Access to resources in classical Greece. The egalitarianism of the polis in practice’, in P. Cartledge, E. Cohen and L. Foxhall (eds), Money, Labour and Land. Approaches to the economies of ancient Greece. London and New York, 209–220.
Hoffman, P., D. Jacks, P Levin and P. Lindert (2002). ‘Real Inequality in Europe since 1500’. JEH 62.2: 322–355.
Van Zanden, J.L. (1995). ‘Tracing the beginning of the Kuznets curve: western Europe during the early modern period’. EHR 48.4: 643–664.
Blanton, R.E. (1994). Houses and households: a comparative study. New York.
Bowman, A. (1985). ‘Landholding in the Hermopolite Nome in the Fourth Century A.D.’. JRS 75: 137–163.