Foreword; A. Sen. Introduction: Thirty Years of Intensive Research on Income Inequality; J. Silber. Acknowledgment. 1. The Rational Foundations of Income Inequality Measurement; S.-C. Kolm. 2. Linking the Functional and Personal Distributions of Income; C. Dagum. 3. Income Inequality Measurement: The Normative Approach; C. Blackorby, et al. 4. Measuring Inequality: The Axiomatic Approach; S.R. Chakravarty. 5. The Mathematical Foundations of Inequality Analysis; M. Le Breton. 6. Stochastic Dominance and the Lorenz Curve; P. Moyes. 7. The Measurement of Income Inequality: The Subjective Approach; Y. Amiel. 8. Income Inequality Measurement: The Statistical Approach; G.M. Giorgi. 9. Estimation of Inequality Indices; F.A. Cowell. 10. Parametric Approximations of the Lorenz Curve; H.K. Ryu, D.J. Slottje. 11. Tests of Significance for Lorenz Partial Orders; J.A. Bishop, J.P. Formby. 12. How Do Income Sources Affect Income Inequality? R.I. Lerman. 13. Inequality Decomposition by Population Subgroups and the Analysis of Interdistributional Inequality; J. Deutsch, J. Silber. 14. Equivalence Scales and Inequality; F.A. Cowell, M. Mercader-Prats. 15. Multidimensioned Approaches to Welfare Analysis; E. Maasoumi. 16. Redistributional Effect of Progressive Income Taxes; P.J. Lambert. 17. Lifetime versus Annual Income Distribution; J. Creedy. 18. Horizontal Inequity Measurement: A Basic Reassessment; S.P. Jenkins, P.J. Lambert.19. The Measurement of Income Mobility: An Introduction to the Literature; G.S. Fields, E.A. Ok. 20. Inequality, Welfare and Poverty: Three Interrelated Phenomena; N. Kakwani. Epilogue: Reflections on Income Inequality Measurement; A.B. Atkinson.