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Inequality, Identity & Political Cleavages in South Korea, Taiwan & Hong Kong
February 22, 2021 |

Inequality, Identity, and the Structure of Political Cleavages in South Korea, Taiwan, and Hong Kong, 1996-2016 In this paper, Carmen Durrer de la Sota and Amory ... Continue reading

Report – INSEE expert group on inequality and redistribution
February 12, 2021 |

The National Institute of Statistics and Economic Studies (INSEE) just published the report from its expert group on inequality and redistribution, which was written under ... Continue reading

Newsletter | February 2021
February 11, 2021 |

World Inequality Lab newsletter Editorial: The Covid crisis reinforces the need for tax justice In 2020, the global economy collapsed: GDP fell by 6.4% in the ... Continue reading

Political Cleavages and Class Structures in Australia, Canada, and New Zealand
February 11, 2021 |

Political Cleavages, Class Structures and the Politics of Old and New Minorities in Australia, Canada, and New Zealand 1963-2019   In this paper, Amory Gethin ... Continue reading

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