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VAN KERM Philippe

University of Luxembourg > Faculty of Humanities, Education and Social Sciences (FHSE) > Department of Social Sciences (DSOC) > Socio-Economic Inequality

ORCID
0000-0002-0639-9097
Main Referenced Co-authors
Nolan, Brian (8)
FUSCO, Alessio  (7)
Morelli, Salvatore (7)
Jenkins, Stephen P. (4)
Kyzyma, Iryna (4)
Main Referenced Keywords
wealth (6); COVID-19 (3); inequality (3); RIF regression (3); chronic poverty (2);
Main Referenced Unit & Research Centers
LISER - Luxembourg Institute of Socio-Economic Research (1)
Main Referenced Disciplines
Sociology & social sciences (44)
Social economics (38)
Quantitative methods in economics & management (16)
Economic systems & public economics (12)
Special economic topics (health, labor, transportation...) (6)

Publications (total 63)

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Nolan, B., Palomino, J., van Kerm, P., & Morelli, S. (2020). The Wealth of Families: The Intergenerational Transmission of Wealth in Britain in Comparative Perspective. Oxford, United Kingdom: Institute for New Economic Thinking at the Oxxford Martin School. https://hdl.handle.net/10993/45441

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58 citations (WOS)

Cowell, F. A., & Van Kerm, P. (2015). Wealth Inequality: A Survey. Journal of Economic Surveys, 29 (4), 671-710. doi:10.1111/joes.12114 https://hdl.handle.net/10993/35068

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Montorsi, C., FUSCO, A., VAN KERM, P., & BORDAS, S. (November 2023). Predicting depression in old age: Combining life course data with machine learning. Economics and Human Biology, 52, 101331. doi:10.1016/j.ehb.2023.101331
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Kyzyma, I., Fusco, A., & van Kerm, P. (2022). Distributional Change: Assessing the Contribution of Household Income Sources. Oxford Bulletin of Economics and Statistics, n/a (n/a). doi:10.1111/obes.12462
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Olivera, J., & van Kerm, P. (2022). Public Support for Tax Policies in COVID-19 Times: Evidence from Luxembourg. International Tax and Public Finance, 29, 1395-1418. doi:10.1007/s10797-022-09744-y
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van Kerm, P., Goisis, A., & Ozcan, B. (12 June 2019). Do Children Carry the Weight of Divorce? Demography, 56 (3), 785-811. doi:10.1007/s13524-019-00784-4
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Sologon, D. M., & Van Kerm, P. (2018). Modelling earnings dynamics and inequality: foreign workers and inequality trends in Luxembourg, 1988--2009. Journal of the Royal Statistical Society. Series A, Statistics in Society, 181 (2), 409-440. doi:10.1111/rssa.12303
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VAN KERM, P. (11 January 2024). Distributional analysis with RIF regression [Paper presentation]. 17th Winter School in Inequality and Social Welfare Theory, Alba di Canazei, Italy.

Mertens, A., & VAN KERM, P. (2023). Commuting time and absenteeism: Evidence from a natural experiment. ORBilu-University of Luxembourg. https://orbilu.uni.lu/handle/10993/57519.

Montorsi, C., FUSCO, A., VAN KERM, P., & BORDAS, S. (November 2023). Predicting depression in old age: Combining life course data with machine learning. Economics and Human Biology, 52, 101331. doi:10.1016/j.ehb.2023.101331
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Doorley, K., Gromadzki, J., Lewandowski, P., Tuda, D., & VAN KERM, P. (2023). Automation and Income Inequality in Europe. ORBilu-University of Luxembourg. https://orbilu.uni.lu/handle/10993/57216. doi:10.2139/ssrn.4595178

FUSCO, A., & VAN KERM, P. (2023). Measuring poverty persistence. In Research Handbook on Measuring Poverty and Deprivation (pp. 192-200). Edward Elgar Publishing. doi:10.4337/9781800883451.00029
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VAN KERM, P. (2023). Inequality trends in Luxembourg in (almost) 40 years of household income data [Paper presentation]. LIS 4Oth Anniversary Conference, Luxembourg, Luxembourg.

van Kerm, P. (18 November 2022). Exchangeably weighted bootstrap schemes [Paper presentation]. Swiss Stata Conference 2022, Bern, Switzerland.

Montorsi, C., Fusco, A., van Kerm, P., & Bordas, S. (03 June 2022). Predicting depression in old age: Combining life course data with machine learning [Paper presentation]. Well-Being conference.

Sauer, P., van Kerm, P., & Checchi, D. (2022). Higher Education Expansion and Labour Income Inequality in High-income Countries: A Gender-specific Perspective. (837). Luxembourg, Unknown/unspecified: LIS Cross-National Data Center.

van Kerm, P., Salagean, I. C., & Amétépé, F. S. (2022). La COVID-19 au Luxembourg: Le gradient social de l'épidémie.

Fusco, A., & van Kerm, P. (2022). Measuring Poverty Persistence. (2022-02). Luxembourg, Unknown/unspecified: Luxembourg Institute of Socio-Economic Research.

Kyzyma, I., Fusco, A., & van Kerm, P. (2022). Distributional Change: Assessing the Contribution of Household Income Sources. Oxford Bulletin of Economics and Statistics, n/a (n/a). doi:10.1111/obes.12462
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Nolan, B., Palomino, J. C., van Kerm, P., & Morelli, S. (2022). The wealth (disadvantage) of single-parent households. Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science, 702 (1), 188-204. doi:10.1177/00027162221123448
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Lisina, A., & van Kerm, P. (2022). Understanding Twenty Years of Inequality and Poverty Trends in Russia. Review of Income and Wealth, 68 (S1), 108-130. doi:10.1111/roiw.12574
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Nolan, B., Palomino, J. C., van Kerm, P., & Morelli, S. (2022). Intergenerational wealth transfers in Great Britain from the Wealth and Assets Survey in comparative perspective. Fiscal Studies, 43 (2), 179-199. doi:10.1111/1475-5890.12299
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Olivera, J., & van Kerm, P. (2022). Public Support for Tax Policies in COVID-19 Times: Evidence from Luxembourg. International Tax and Public Finance, 29, 1395-1418. doi:10.1007/s10797-022-09744-y
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Morelli, S., Nolan, B., Palomino, J. C., & van Kerm, P. (December 2021). Inheritance, gifts and the accumulation of wealth for low-income households. Journal of European Social Policy, 31 (5), 533-548. doi:10.1177/09589287211040419
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Olivera, J., & van Kerm, P. (2021). Public support for tax policies in COVID-19 times: Evidence from Luxembourg. ORBilu-University of Luxembourg. https://orbilu.uni.lu/handle/10993/49237.

Andreoli, F., Fusco, A., Kyzyma, I., & van Kerm, P. (25 August 2021). New Estimates of Inequality of Opportunity Across European Cohorts (and Some Insights on the Long-term Impact of Educational Policy) [Paper presentation]. 36th IARIW Virtual General Conference.

Todorovic, J., van Kerm, P., & Peluso, E. (2021). Unemployment and working hours of women and men during the pandemic. (1). Luxembourg: LISER.

Sauer, P., & van Kerm, P. (15 June 2021). Higher Education Expansion and Inequality in Labour Incomes: The Importance of a Gendered Perspective. LIS Newsletter, 18 (June 2021).

Sologon, D., van Kerm, P., Li, J., & O'Donoghue, C. (March 2021). Accounting for Differences in Income Inequality across Countries: Tax-benefit Policy, Labour Market Structure, Returns and Demographics. Journal of Economic Inequality, 19, 13-43. doi:10.1007/s10888-020-09454-7
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Nolan, B., Palomino, J. C., van Kerm, P., & Morelli, S. (01 January 2021). Intergenerational wealth transfers and wealth inequality in rich countries: What do we learn from Gini decomposition? Economics Letters, 199. doi:10.1016/j.econlet.2020.109701
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Todorovic, J., van Kerm, P., & Peluso, E. (2021). Time use, childcare and home schooling. (2). Luxembourg: LISER.

Fusco, A., Sohst, R. R., & van Kerm, P. (2021). Foreign-born households in the income distribution and their contribution to social indicators in European countries. In A.-C. Guio, E. Marlier, ... B. Nolan (Eds.), Improving the understanding of poverty and social exclusion in Europe (pp. 87--102). Luxembourg, Unknown/unspecified: Publications Office of the European Union.
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Fusco, A., Gallo, G., & van Kerm, P. (2021). Rotation group bias in European Union social indicators. In A.-C. Guio, E. Marlier, ... B. Nolan (Eds.), Improving the understanding of poverty and social exclusion in Europe (pp. 295--312). Luxembourg, Unknown/unspecified: Publications Office of the European Union.
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Nolan, B., Palomino, J., van Kerm, P., & Morelli, S. (2020). The intergenerational transmission of wealth in rich countries. VoxEU.

Nolan, B., Palomino, J., van Kerm, P., & Morelli, S. (2020). The Wealth of Families: The Intergenerational Transmission of Wealth in Britain in Comparative Perspective. Oxford, United Kingdom: Institute for New Economic Thinking at the Oxxford Martin School.

Fusco, A., & van Kerm, P. (2020). BIPOLAR: Stata module to calculate four measures of income bi-polarization.

van Kerm, P. (2020). SGINI: Stata module to compute Generalized Gini and Concentration coefficients, Gini correlations and fractional ranks.

Bargain, O., Doorley, K., & Van Kerm, P. (September 2019). Minimum Wages and the Gender Gap in Pay: New Evidence from the United Kingdom and Ireland. Review of Income and Wealth, 65 (3), 514-539. doi:10.1111/roiw.12384
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van Kerm, P., Goisis, A., & Ozcan, B. (12 June 2019). Do Children Carry the Weight of Divorce? Demography, 56 (3), 785-811. doi:10.1007/s13524-019-00784-4
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Chauvel, L., Hartung, A., Bar-Haim, E., & van Kerm, P. (2019). Income and Wealth Above the Median: New Measurements and Results for Europe and the United States. In K. Decancq & P. van Kerm (Eds.), What Drives Inequality (pp. 89-104). Emerald Publishing Ltd. doi:10.1108/S1049-258520190000027007
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Sologon, D., Almeida, V., & van Kerm, P. (2019). Accounting for the distributional effects of the 2007-2008 crisis and the Economic Adjustment Program in Portugal. ORBilu-University of Luxembourg. https://orbilu.uni.lu/handle/10993/41767.

Kyzyma, I., Fusco, & van Kerm, P. (2019). Distributional change: Assessing the contribution of household income sources. ORBilu-University of Luxembourg. https://orbilu.uni.lu/handle/10993/41766.

Decancq, K., & van Kerm, P. (Eds.). (2019). What Drives Inequality. Emerald Publishing Ltd. doi:10.1108/S1049-2585201927

Nolan, B., Morelli, S., & Van Kerm, P. (2018). Wealth Inequality. In B. Nolan (Ed.), Generating Prosperity for Working Families in Affluent Countries. Oxford, United Kingdom: Oxford University Press. doi:10.1093/oso/9780198807056.001.0001

Choe, C., & Van Kerm, P. (September 2018). Foreign Workers and the Wage Distribution: What Does the Influence Function Reveal? Econometrics, 6 (3). doi:10.3390/econometrics6030041
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Chauvel, L., Bar-Haim, E., Van Kerm, P., & Hartung, A. (June 2018). Logitrank Based Measures of Joint Income and Wealth Distributions: Inequality in the U.S. and Europe [Poster presentation]. 6th Luxembourg Workshop on Household Finance and Consumption, Luxembourg.

Chauvel, L., Bar-Haim, E., Hartung, A., & Van Kerm, P. (2018). Increasing Inequality in Joint Income and Wealth Distributions in the United States, 1995 to 2013. In Conference Online Programme & Papers (pp. 24).
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Sologon, D. M., Van Kerm, P., Li, J., & O'Donoghue, C. (2018). Accounting for Differences in Income Inequality across Countries: Ireland and the United Kingdom. ORBilu-University of Luxembourg. https://orbilu.uni.lu/handle/10993/35064.

Van Kerm, P. (January 2018). Accounting for income distribution differences over time and across countries [Paper presentation]. 13th Winter School on Inequality and Social Welfare Theory, Alba di Canazei, Italy.

Sologon, D. M., & Van Kerm, P. (2018). Modelling earnings dynamics and inequality: foreign workers and inequality trends in Luxembourg, 1988--2009. Journal of the Royal Statistical Society. Series A, Statistics in Society, 181 (2), 409-440. doi:10.1111/rssa.12303
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Carpantier, J.-F., Olivera, J., & Van Kerm, P. (2018). Macroprudential policy and household wealth inequality. Journal of International Money and Finance, 85 (C), 262-277. doi:10.1016/j.jimonfin.2017.11.009
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Jenkins, S. P., & Van Kerm, P. (2017). How does attrition affect estimates of persistent poverty rates? The case of EU-SILC. In A. B. Atkinson, A.-C. Guio, ... E. Marlier (Eds.), Monitoring Social Inclusion in Europe (pp. 402-417). Luxembourg, Unknown/unspecified: Eurostat, European Commission. doi:10.2785/60152

Hildebrand, V. A., Pi Alperin, M. N., & Van Kerm, P. (2017). Measuring and accounting for the deprivation gap of Portuguese immigrants in Luxembourg. Review of Income and Wealth, 63 (2), 288-309. doi:10.1111/roiw.12210
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Cowell, F. A., Nolan, B., Olivera, J., & Van Kerm, P. (2017). Wealth, Top Incomes, and Inequality. In K. Hamilton & C. Hepburn (Eds.), National Wealth: What is Missing, Why it Matters (pp. 175-203). Oxford, UK, Unknown/unspecified: Oxford University Press.
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Selezneva, E., & Van Kerm, P. (2016). A distribution-sensitive examination of the gender wage gap in Germany. Journal of Economic Inequality, 14 (1), 21-40. doi:10.1007/s10888-016-9320-z
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Jenkins, S. P., & Van Kerm, P. (2016). Assessing Individual Income Growth. Economica, 83 (332), 679-703. doi:10.1111/ecca.12205
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Van Kerm, P., Choe, C., & Yu, S. (2016). Decomposing quantile wage gaps: a conditional likelihood approach. Journal of the Royal Statistical Society. Series C, Applied Statistics, 65 (4), 507-527. doi:10.1111/rssc.12137
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Jäntti, M., Sierminska, E. M., & Van Kerm, P. (2015). Modeling the Joint Distribution of Income and Wealth. In T. Garner & K. Short (Eds.), Measurement of Poverty, Deprivation, and Economic Mobility (pp. 301-327). Emerald Group Publishing Limited. doi:10.1108/S1049-258520150000023010
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Cowell, F. A., & Van Kerm, P. (2015). Wealth Inequality: A Survey. Journal of Economic Surveys, 29 (4), 671-710. doi:10.1111/joes.12114
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Fusco, A., Van Kerm, P., Alieva, A., Bellani, L., Etienne-Robert, F., Guio, A.-C., Kyzyma, I., Leduc, K., Liégeois, P., Pi Alperin, M. N., Reinstadler, A., Sierminska, E. M., Sologon, D. M., Thill, P., Valentova, M., & Voicu, B. (2014). Luxembourg: Has inequality grown enough to matter? In B. Nolan, W. Salverda, D. Checchi, I. Marx, A. McKnight, I. Tòth, ... H. van de Werfhorst (Eds.), Changing Inequalities and Societal Impacts in Rich Countries: Thirty Countries' Experiences (pp. 437-458). Oxford, United Kingdom: Oxford University Press. doi:10.1093/acprof:oso/9780199687428.003.0019
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Bia, M., & Van Kerm, P. (2014). Space-filling location selection. Stata Journal, 14 (3), 605-622. doi:10.1177/1536867x1401400308
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Jenkins, S. P., & Van Kerm, P. (2014). The Relationship between EU Indicators of Persistent and Current Poverty. Social Indicators Research, 116 (2), 611-638. doi:10.1007/s11205-013-0282-2
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Brosius, J., & Van Kerm, P. (2014). Les inégalités de salaire. In E. Marlier, J. Brosius, V. Dautel, A. Decoville, F. Durand, P. Gerber, ... A.-C. Guio (Eds.), Cohésion sociale et territoriale au Luxembourg, Regards croisés. Brussels, Belgium: Peter Lang.

Van Kerm, P., & Pi Alperin, M. N. (2013). Inequality, growth and mobility: The intertemporal distribution of income in European countries 2003--2007. Economic Modelling, 35 (C), 931-939. doi:10.1016/j.econmod.2013.07.001
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Jäntti, M., Sierminska, E. M., & Van Kerm, P. (2013). The joint distribution of income and wealth. In J. Gornick & M. Jäntti (Eds.), Economic Inequality in Cross-National Perspective. United States: Stanford University Press.

van Kerm, P. (2013). Generalized measures of wage differentials. Empirical Economics, 45 (1), 465-482. doi:10.1007/s00181-012-0608-y
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Van Kerm, P. (2012). Kernel-smoothed cumulative distribution function estimation with akdensity. Stata Journal, 12 (3), 543-548. doi:10.1177/1536867x1201200313
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Hildebrand, V. A., & Van Kerm, P. (2009). Income inequality and self-reported health status: Evidence from the European Community Household Panel survey. Demography, 46 (4), 805-825. doi:10.1353/dem.0.0071
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Jenkins, S. P., & Van Kerm, P. (2009). The measurement of economic inequality. In W. Salverda, B. Nolan, ... T. M. Smeeding (Eds.), Oxford Handbook on Economic Inequality (pp. 40-67). Oxford University Press. doi:10.1093/oxfordhb/9780199606061.013.0003
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Van Kerm, P. (2009). Income mobility profiles. Economics Letters, 102 (2), 93-95. doi:10.1016/j.econlet.2008.11.022
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