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Emmanuel Saez
Emmanuel Saez
Professor of Economics, UC Berkeley
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Income Inequality in the United States, 1913-1998
T Piketty, E Saez
Quarterly Journal of Economics 118 (1), 1-39, 2003
56382003
Where is the land of opportunity? The geography of intergenerational mobility in the United States
R Chetty, N Hendren, P Kline, E Saez
Quarterly Journal of Economics 129 (4), 1553-1623, 2014
39672014
Top incomes in the long run of history
AB Atkinson, T Piketty, E Saez
Journal of Economic Literature 49 (1), 3-71, 2011
37072011
Wealth inequality in the United States since 1913: Evidence from capitalized income tax data
E Saez, G Zucman
Quarterly Journal of Economics 131 (2), 519-578, 2016
24472016
How does your kindergarten classroom affect your earnings? Evidence from Project STAR
R Chetty, JN Friedman, N Hilger, E Saez, DW Schanzenbach, D Yagan
Quarterly Journal of Economics 126 (4), 1593-1660, 2011
21902011
World inequality report 2018
F Alvaredo, L Chancel, T Piketty, E Saez, G Zucman
Belknap Press, 2018
19932018
The role of information and social interactions in retirement plan decisions: Evidence from a randomized experiment
E Duflo, E Saez
Quarterly Journal of Economics 118 (3), 815-842, 2003
19592003
The elasticity of taxable income with respect to marginal tax rates: A critical review
E Saez, J Slemrod, SH Giertz
Journal of economic literature 50 (1), 3-50, 2012
18062012
Using elasticities to derive optimal income tax rates
E Saez
Review of Economic Studies 68, 205-229, 2001
17622001
Unwilling or unable to cheat? Evidence from a tax audit experiment in Denmark
HJ Kleven, MB Knudsen, CT Kreiner, S Pedersen, E Saez
Econometrica 79 (3), 651-692, 2011
17232011
Do taxpayers bunch at kink points?
E Saez
American economic Journal: economic policy 2 (3), 180-212, 2010
15572010
The elasticity of taxable income: evidence and implications
J Gruber, E Saez
Journal of public Economics 84 (1), 1-32, 2002
14682002
Distributional national accounts: methods and estimates for the United States
T Piketty, E Saez, G Zucman
The Quarterly Journal of Economics 133 (2), 553-609, 2018
14482018
Inequality at work: The effect of peer salaries on job satisfaction
D Card, A Mas, E Moretti, E Saez
American Economic Review 102 (6), 2981-3003, 2012
14032012
The top 1% in international and historical perspective
F Alvaredo, A Atkinson, T Piketty, E Saez
Journal of Economic Perspectives 27 (3), 3-20, 2013
13892013
The evolution of top incomes: a historical and international perspective
T Piketty, E Saez
American Economic Review: Papers and Proceedings 96 (2), 200-205, 2006
13302006
Inequality in the long run
T Piketty, E Saez
Science 344 (6186), 838-843, 2014
13232014
Is the United States still a land of opportunity? Recent trends in intergenerational mobility
R Chetty, N Hendren, P Kline, E Saez, N Turner
American Economic Review: Papers and Proceeding 104 (5), 141-147, 2014
12912014
Income segregation and intergenerational mobility across colleges in the United States
R Chetty, JN Friedman, E Saez, N Turner, D Yagan
The Quarterly Journal of Economics 135 (3), 1567-1633, 2020
1261*2020
Striking it richer: The evolution of top incomes in the United States (updated with 2017 final estimates)
E Saez
University of California Berkeley, 2019
1256*2019
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