Answered By: Lippincott Library Last Updated: Jul 10, 2020 Views: 69
Take a look at Lippincott's Datapoints blog post I Dream of Gini for an overview of the available resources.
Download the World Income Inequality Database from the UN's University World Institute for Development Economics Research (UNU-WIDER) which is considered the largest database of GINI coefficients.
Go to Data-Planet.
- Click Browse by Subject to expand.
- Next, drill down through International - World Bank - World Development Indicators, and select Poverty.
- Select one or more countries, then select Gini Index from the list of indicators.
Take a look at World Development Indicators from the World Bank for the GINI Index for selected countries and years.
Go to Gini Index - Human Development Report.
For historical, also see Measuring Income Inequality (Deininger and Squire) Database 1890-1996 from The World Bank.