*The Institute’s Program*

The
Inequality Process is a mathematical model that mimics the dynamics of
people's money incomes and wealth at both the individual
(micro) and aggregate (macro) levels, in particular the size distributions. The Inequality
Process is a stochastic interacting particle system (Angle, 1990),
similar to the stochastic particle system model of the
kinetic theory of gases (that implies the approximate laws of
gas thermodynamics: Boyle’s and Charles’ laws, the beginning of statistical physics). The Institute’s program
is 1) to advance the frontiers of the Inequality Process, 2) to find
applications of the Inequality Process to the operations of government
and business, and 3) via applications to fund the operations of the Institute and to establish the use-validity of the Inequality Process. Click on * TRESORIA* page for discussion of potential applications of the Inequality Process.

Click on ** Introductory Articles** for the most accessible introductions to the Inequality Process. Click on

*for the author's papers on the Inequality Process from 1980 onward. Click on*

**Angle On The Inequality Process***for examples of discussions of the Inequality Process by other researchers, or papers that take the Inequality Process as a point of departure and cite an Inequality Process paper. These papers are mostly written by physicists interested in doing economics and sociology as natural sciences, the interdisciplinary field of econophysics.*

**Relevant Papers By Others** ** The Inequality Process Institute (TIPI)**
seeks funding for pure scientific research on the Inequality Process as
a mathematical object and to find more empirical instances of the
characteristic statistical signature of the Inequality Process in data
on personal income and wealth and related phenomena such as
discriminatory coalition formation. The Institute uses the service mark
of **TRESORIA **for consulting with businesses and governments about applications of the Inequality Process to their needs. TIPI does economic research in commerce in the United States.