Journal of Applied Mathematics / 2015 / Article / Tab 4

Research Article

Chinese Gini Coefficient from 2005 to 2012, Based on 20 Grouped Income Data Sets of Urban and Rural Residents

Table 4

Gini coefficient of resident income in China.

YearThe ratio of the urban populationUrban Gini coefficientRural Gini coefficient1000 times of simulations10000 times of simulations100000 times of simulationsNBS

20050.43000.3386 0.3718 0.45120.45520.45610.485
20090.46590.3330 0.3812 0.45000.45640.45710.490
20100.49950.3272 0.3757 0.43790.44330.44400.481
20110.51270.3274 0.3806 0.43070.43730.43800.477
20120.52570.3150 0.3808 0.42250.42770.42900.474

Note: the ratio of the urban population is taken from the China Statistical Yearbook2013.

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