Gabriel Zucman
Gabriel Zucman

Assistant Professor of Economics

University of California, Berkeley

Gabriel Zucman is assistant professor in the Economics Department at the University of California, Berkeley. His research focuses on economic inequality and tax heavens. He earned his Ph.D. from the Paris School of Economics in 2013 receiving the French Economic Association’s award for best Ph.D. dissertation in 2014. He worked as assistant professor of economics at the London School of Economics prior to joining UC Berkeley. Since 2015, he has worked as co-director of the World Wealth and Income Database, a database aiming at the provision of access to extensive data series on the world distribution of income and wealth.

Authored By Gabriel Zucman

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Simplified distributional national accounts

Inequality & Mobility
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Republican tax plan slams workers and job creators in favor of the rich and inherited wealth

Tax & Macroeconomics
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Economic growth in the United States: A tale of two countries

Inequality & Mobility
working paper

Distributional national accounts: Methods and estimates for the United States

Inequality & Mobility
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Exploding wealth inequality in the United States

Inequality & Mobility

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