International Association for Research in Income and Wealth
IARIW Major Objectives
  • To advance education and knowledge in the general area of income and wealth by organizing conferences, by circulating scholarly papers accessible to the general public through the Association's website, and by publishing a quarterly journal which contains research on economics and statistics.

  • To carry out its said objects and purposes in the following fields of interest: the definition, measurement, and analysis of national income and wealth; the distribution of income and wealth, and poverty; the development of systems of economic and social accounting and their use for economic policy; international comparisons; and other related economic and statistical matters.

Announcements & Recent Releases

  • The Executive Director posted an update of a number of issues related to the Association on February 23, 2015. The update is available here.

  • The IARIW-CAPMAS Special Conference on Income, Wealth and Inequality in the Middle East and North Africa will take place in Cairo, Egypt on November 23-25, 2015. The preliminary program for the conference is available here.

  • The 34th IARIW General Conference will take place in Dresden, Germany on August 21-27, 2016. The Call for Papers is available here. Papers can be submitted here.

  • The IARIW and OECD hosted a special conference on the future of the SNA in Paris, France on April 16-17, 2015. The conference programme is available here.

  • Statistics Netherlands compiled a Flipboard magazine, a YouTube channel and Slideshare presentations for the 33rd IARIW General Conference held in Rotterdam, the Netherlands, August 24-30, 2014. The final conference programme, with papers, is also available.

  • To coincide with the 2014 General Conference, the editors of the Review of Income and Wealth are pleased to publish a virtual issue of the journal consisting of the three most downloaded papers in 2013 via the Wiley Online Library and the three most cited papers from ISI Thomson.The issue is available here. The editors are also pleased to announce the winners of the 2014 Kendrick Prize: Janine Aron, John V. Duca, John Muellbauer, Keiko Murata, and Anthony Murphy for their paper "Credit, Housing Collateral, and Consumption: Evidence from Japan, the U.K., and the U.S.", published in September 2012, Volume 58, Issue 3, pp. 397-423; and Thomas Bossuroy and Denis Cogneau for their paper "Social Mobility in Five African Countries", published in October 2013, Volume 59, Issue Supplement S1, pp. S84-S110. Both papers are also included in the virtual issue.

  • Several website services are available:
     - Online Payment of Membership Fees;
     - Online Membership Application and Information Update Form. www

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