# 11x3 -- Gini coefficients and other income inequality measures, 1966-2022

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12/19/2023

- Gini coefficient (%):
- %
- Theil index:
- Indeksi
- Mean log deviation (MLD):
- Indeksi
- Income quintile share ratio (S80/S20):
- Suhde
- Income decile share ratio (S90/S10):
- Suhde
- Palma ratio:
- Suhde
- Absolute Gini (mean absolute difference):
- Euros
- Mean:
- Euros
- 1st decile:
- Euros
- Median:
- Euros
- 9th decile:
- Euros

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Statistics Finland, income distribution statistics

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Field for searching for a specific value in the list box. This is examples of values you can search for.Gini coefficient (%) , Theil index , Mean log deviation (MLD) ,

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Field for searching for a specific value in the list box. This is examples of values you can search for.Disposable cash income (incl. capital gains) , Factor income (incl. capital gains) , Gross cash income (incl. capital gains) ,

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Field for searching for a specific value in the list box. This is examples of values you can search for.1966 , 1971 , 1976 ,

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.... not available Data in euros are given in the value of the latest statistical year.

Statistical unit: person (dwelling population and household population).

Income concept: several.

Consumption unit scale: Eurostat's equivalence scale (1.0 - 0.5 - 0.3). Data from 1995 onwards are available from sample survey data (Income Distribution Survey/EU-SILC) and from entirely register-based data for the whole dwelling population. Income concepts and income units are slightly different in these sources (see concepts and definitions of income distribution statistics). Data from 1986 to 1994 are based on income distribution statistics sample data. Data from 1966 to 1981 are based on the Household Budget Survey.

Data from the years 1986-1994 are from the sample-based income distribution survey, and from 1966-1981 from the Household Budget Survey. Since 1995, the primary source of data has been the full population entirely register-based dataset of the income distribution statistics.

.... not available Data in euros are given in the value of the latest statistical year.

Statistical unit: person (dwelling population and household population).

Income concept: several.

Consumption unit scale: Eurostat's equivalence scale (1.0 - 0.5 - 0.3). Data from 1995 onwards are available from sample survey data (Income Distribution Survey/EU-SILC) and from entirely register-based data for the whole dwelling population. Income concepts and income units are slightly different in these sources (see concepts and definitions of income distribution statistics). Data from 1986 to 1994 are based on income distribution statistics sample data. Data from 1966 to 1981 are based on the Household Budget Survey.

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#### Gini coefficient (%)

The Gini index takes a value of 0 if everyone receives the same amount of income, and a value of 100 if one income recipient receives all the income. The higher the Gini coefficient, the greater the income disparities.Data from the years 1986-1994 are from the sample-based income distribution survey, and from 1966-1981 from the Household Budget Survey. Since 1995, the primary source of data has been the full population entirely register-based dataset of the income distribution statistics.