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Criteria of dispersion in income distributions with negative incomes

, : Criteria of dispersion in income distributions with negative incomes. Acta Horticulturae (77): 393-404

This paper investigates whether there are possibilities of involving negative incomes in the determination of income dispersion. The Gini coefficient was chosen from a number of criteria examined. When this coefficient was applied to distributions with negative income, the coefficient proved capable of rising above 1.

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