he Journal of Income Distribution continues to provide a forum for analysis of the distribution and redistribution of income. It offers to scholars the opportunity to disseminate their research on the measurement, the causes, and the consequences of income distribution and redistribution at virtually any scale. Submissions, containing either empirical or theoretical work, on the following and related topics (proposed in no particular order) and more will be considered for publication: Distributional aspects of living standards, economic inequality, mobility, and opportunity. Models which seek to explain income/wealth distribution. The interplay between demographics and income/wealth distribution. The intersection between family economics and inequality. Race, Ethnic origin, and/or Gender differences and inequality. Analyses of production-factor allocations. Micro- and macro-economic models of the (causal) relationships between inequality and socio-economic outcomes. Differences in income distribution and/or living standards between and among societal, regional or national groups, over time. (Causal) relationships between income distribution and growth. The redistributive effects of public policies related to taxation and/or social reallocation systems, including those connected to savings, education, medical care, pensions, etc. Methodological contributions dealing with statistical methods and data issues used in the analysis of economic distribution and redistribution. Econometric and statistical issues in working with administrative data and “big data”.