Institutional Members

The Association receives the support of a number of institutional members; these are national and international statistical organizations interested in supporting research in the IARIW’s areas of interest.


Institutions wishing to join the IARIW should contact IARIW Executive Director Dr. Andrew Sharpe at

The IARIW provides a unique forum for interactions among professional statisticians and between professional statisticians and academics in the areas of the definition and measurement of income and wealth and systems of economic, financial and social accounting and their use for economic policy.

The specific privileges of institutional membership are the following:

  • Institutional Members have the right to name up to three individuals to be accorded all privileges of regular membership. These individuals receive the IARIW quarterly journal Review of Income and Wealth as well as all other mailings and communications with members; have voting rights in IARIW elections.
  • All employees of Institutional Members have free on-line access to all articles published in the Review of Income and Wealth since 1966; receive the member rate for the registration fee at IARIW conferences; and are exempt from the submission fee for submitting papers to the Review of Income and Wealth.
  • Institutional Members are acknowledged and listed on the inside back cover of the Review of Income and Wealth.
  • Institutional Members are acknowledged and listed on the IARIW website, with a link posted to the Institutional Member’s website.
  • Institutional Members are eligible to hold the IARIW General Conference or special conferences.

The International Association for Research in Income and Wealth acknowledges with thanks the institutional support of the organizations listed below, whose generous contributions have assisted greatly in the publication of the Review and in the activities of the Association.

Austria Statistics Austria (Bundesanstalt Statistik Osterreich) (
Belgium National Bank of Belgium (
Canada Statistics Canada (
Denmark Statistics Denmark (
Finland Statistics Finland (
France National Institute of Statistics and Economic Studies (INSEE) (
Germany Federal Statistical Office (Statistisches Bundesamt) (
German Institute for Economic Research (DIW Berlin) (
India Reserve Bank of India (
Ireland Central Bank of Ireland (
Central Statistics Office (
Italy Bank of Italy (Banca d’Italia) (
Italian National Institute of Statistics (ISTAT) (
Japan Economic and Social Research Institute (
Korea Bank of Korea (
Luxembourg Central Service for Statistics and Economic Studies (STATEC) (
LIS Cross-National Data Center in Luxembourg(
Luxembourg Institute of Socio-Economic Research (LISER) (
Netherlands Groningen Growth and Development Centre, University of Groningen (
Statistics Netherlands (
Norway Statistics Norway (
Poland Statistics Poland (
Sweden Statistics Sweden (
Switzerland Swiss Federal Statistical Office (
United Kingdom International Inequalities Institute, London School of Economics (
Office for National Statistics (
United States Bureau of Economic Analysis (
Bureau of Labor Statistics (
Internal Revenue Service (
U.S. Census Bureau (
International European Central Bank (
International Monetary Fund (
World Bank (
Statistical Office of the European Community (EUROSTAT) (
Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) (