This website lets you simulate the long-run effects of wealth taxation in the United States. I developed this website using ReactJS and Bootstrap to showcase formulas that I developed during one of my research projects.
Realtime Inequality website is a first-of-its-kind tool that combines information from a large collection of publicly available datasets to provide estimates of how income and wealth are distributed in the United States in near real-time.
The World Inequality Database is one of the world's most comprehensive data sources on the distribution of income and wealth worldwide. Since I arrived at the World Inequality Lab, I have been in charge of coordinating the work of the team working on maintaining the database.
This website is an online tool to help researchers use historical archives on income and wealth to produce statistics on inequality.
I developed this interface using R and Shiny. It is built on top of the R package “gpinter” which I also developed for this purpose (see below).
gpinter (R package)
wid (Stata command)
Stata module to download data from the World Inequality Database.
Type ssc install wid in Stata to install.