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Org). Founded in 1983, the LIS currently encompasses unit-record data on income from more than 30 industrialized countries, and from up to ﬁve time points for each country over three decades. From each national survey, the LIS project produces a dataset containing a common set of harmonized and standard variables on incomes and related concepts. It provided the data used in major international comparative studies of income distribution such as Atkinson, Rainwater, and Smeeding (1995), and Gottschalk and Smeeding (1997).