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Figure 3 - GDP/capita US dollars, constant prices, PPPs (reference year 2000)
Figure 3 - GDP/capita US dollars, constant prices, PPPs (reference year 2000).
Source: OECD (2011a)
Figure 4 - GNI/capita less GDP/capita - US dollars, current prices, PPPs
Figure 4 - GNI/capita less GDP/capita - US dollars, current prices, PPPs.
Source: OECD (2011a)
Figure 5 - Real household incomes - top of the income range for deciles 1,5,9 (2009 $NZ)
Figure 5 - Real household incomes - top of the income range for deciles 1,5,9 (2009 $NZ).
Source: MSD (2010a)
Figure 6 - Gini Coefficient
Figure 6 - Gini Coefficient.
Source: OECD (2008) and Statistics New Zealand (2011a)
Figure 7 - NZ Gini - measured using household disposable (HDI) or household final income (HFI)
Figure 7 - NZ Gini - measured using household disposable (HDI) or household final income (HFI).
Source: The data is from Statistics New Zealand Household Expenditure Survey and administrative data. Disposable and final income calculations have been made by the Treasury (Aziz, O. & Gibbons, M. (2010)). Note that this study uses different equivalence scales to figure 6.
Figure 8 - Median incomes in New Zealand - relative to 50% poverty measure
Figure 8 - Median incomes in New Zealand - relative to 50% poverty measure.
Source: MSD (2010a)
Figure 9 - Proportion living in poverty (below 50% of median income)
Figure 9 - Proportion living in poverty (below 50% of median income).
Source: MSD (2010a)
Figure 10 - Effect of $1 of parents' incomes on subsequent incomes of their grown-up children
Figure 10 - Effect of $1 of parents' incomes on subsequent incomes of their grown-up children.
Source: Treasury (2010b)
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