||Multidimensional inequality for current status of Japanese private companies' employees
Hasegawa, Hikaru ,
373 , 2016-12 , Springer Milan
In this paper, we show a method for measuring multidimensional inequality. We use a Bayesian method for a multivariate ordered probit model to obtain a single index, which we refer to as a probability associated with an individual's overall status, from a multivariate distribution representing a number of attributes. We evaluate multidimensional inequality by the Gini coefficient and the generalized entropy measure of inequality using this index. This method is
used for the employee data of Japanese private companies, which include income and attributes related to subjective perception such as job satisfaction.