You can find the latest version (as of June 1, 2021) of the working papers written about each of the 13 countries in the GID Project.
- Argentina: The Evolution of the Earnings Distribution in a Volatile Economy: Evidence from Argentina, Blanco, De Astorla, Drenik, Moser, and Trupkin.
- Brazil: “Earnings Inequality and Dynamics in the Presence of Informality: The Case of Brazil” by Engbom, Gonzaga, Moser, and Olivieri.
- Canada: “Four Decades of Canadian Earnings Inequality and Dynamics Across Workers and Firms“, by Bowlus, Gouin-Bonenfant, Liu,Lochner, and Park.
- Denmark: “Trends in Income Risk in Denmark 1987-2016” by Leth-Petersen and Saeverud
- France: “Inequality and Earnings Dynamics in France: National Policies and Local Consequences“, by Kramarz, Nimier-David, and Delemotte.
- Germany: “Inequality and Income Dynamics in Germany“, by Drechsel-Grau, Peichl, Schmieder, Schmid, Walz, and Wolter.
- Italy: “Labor Reforms and Earnings Dynamics: The Italian Case“, by Hoffman, Malacrino, and Pistaferri.
- Mexico: “Income Dynamics and Inequality: The Case of Mexico“, by Puggioni, Calderón, Cebreros Zurita, Fernandez Bujanda, Gonzalez, and Jaume.
- Norway: “Earnings Dynamics and Its Intergenerational Transmission: Evidence from Norway“, by Halvorsen, Ozkan, and Salgado.
- United States: “U.S. Long-Term Earnings Outcomes by Sex, Race, Ethnicity, and Place of Birth“, by Abowd and McKinney.
- United Kingdom: “Income Dynamics in the United Kingdom 1975-2020”, by Bell, Bloom, and Blundell.
- Spain: “Income Risk Inequality: Evidence from Spanish Administrative Record”, by Arellano, Bonhomme, De Vera, Hospido, and Wei.
- Sweden: “Income Dynamics in Sweden 1985-2016,” by Friedrich, Laun, and Meghir.