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Recent trends in top income shares in the United States: reconciling estimates from March CPS and IRS tax return data
RV Burkhauser, S Feng, SP Jenkins, J Larrimore
Review of Economics and Statistics 94 (2), 371-388, 2012
3722012
Peer to peer lending: The relationship between language features, trustworthiness, and persuasion success
L Larrimore, L Jiang, J Larrimore, D Markowitz, S Gorski
Journal of Applied Communication Research 39 (1), 19-37, 2011
3162011
Estimating trends in US income inequality using the Current Population Survey: the importance of controlling for censoring
RV Burkhauser, S Feng, SP Jenkins, J Larrimore
Journal of Economic Inequality 9 (3), 393-415, 2011
1502011
A "Second Opinion" on the Economic Health of the American Middle Class
RV Burkhauser, J Larrimore, KI Simon
National Tax Journal 65 (1), 7-32, 2012
1222012
Consistent cell means for topcoded incomes in the public use March CPS (1976–2007)
J Larrimore, RV Burkhauser, S Feng, L Zayatz
Journal of Economic and Social Measurement 33 (2-3), 89-128, 2008
1182008
Measuring inequality using censored data: a multiple‐imputation approach to estimation and inference
SP Jenkins, RV Burkhauser, S Feng, J Larrimore
Journal of the Royal Statistical Society: Series A (Statistics in Society …, 2011
912011
Deconstructing income and income inequality measures: a crosswalk from market income to comprehensive income
P Armour, RV Burkhauser, J Larrimore
American Economic Review 103 (3), 173-77, 2013
892013
Levels and trends in US income and its distribution: a crosswalk from market income towards a comprehensive Haig‐Simons income approach
P Armour, RV Burkhauser, J Larrimore
Southern Economic Journal 81 (2), 271-293, 2014
84*2014
Report on the economic well-being of US households in 2015
J Larrimore, S Dodini, L Thomas
Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System, 2016
672016
Does a higher income have positive health effects? Using the earned income tax credit to explore the income‐health gradient
J Larrimore
The Milbank Quarterly 89 (4), 694-727, 2011
672011
Accounting for U nited S tates Household Income Inequality Trends: The Changing Importance of Household Structure and Male and Female Labor Earnings Inequality
J Larrimore
Review of Income and Wealth 60 (4), 683-701, 2014
592014
Using the Pareto distribution to improve estimates of topcoded earnings
P Armour, RV Burkhauser, J Larrimore
Economic Inquiry 54 (2), 1263-1273, 2016
472016
Household Incomes in Tax Data: Using Addresses to Move from Tax-Unit to Household Income Distributions
J Larrimore, J Mortenson, D Splinter
Journal of Human Resources 56 (2), 600-631, 2021
402021
Accounting for income changes over the great recession relative to previous recessions: The impact of taxes and transfers
J Larrimore, RV Burkhauser, P Armour
National Tax Journal 68 (2), 281-318, 2015
40*2015
Are central cities poor and non-white?
J Schuetz, J Larrimore, EA Merry, BJ Robles, A Tranfaglia, A Gonzalez
Journal of Housing Economics 40, 83-94, 2018
302018
Report on the economic well-being of US households in 2019, featuring supplemental data from April 2020
S Canilang, C Duchan, K Kreiss, J Larrimore, EA Merry, E Troland, ...
Reports and Studies, 2020
28*2020
Recent trends in US top income shares in tax record data using more comprehensive measures of income including accrued capital gains
J Larrimore, RV Burkhauser, G Auten, P Armour
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2017
252017
Improving imputations of top incomes in the public-use current population survey by using both cell-means and variances
RV Burkhauser, S Feng, J Larrimore
Economics Letters 108 (1), 69-72, 2010
25*2010
Assessing the severity of rent burden on low-income families
J Larrimore, J Schuetz
FEDS Notes, 2017
222017
Recent trends in US income distributions in tax record data using more comprehensive measures of income including real accrued capital gains
J Larrimore, RV Burkhauser, G Auten, P Armour
Journal of Political Economy 129 (5), 1319-1360, 2021
182021
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