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China’s pension system
April 12, 2021 |

  Towards equity and sustainability? China’s pension system reform moves center stage   In this paper, Li Yang reviews the latest development of China’s public ... Continue reading

Gabriel Zucman hearing before the US Senate Budget committee
April 8, 2021 |

On March 25th 2021, Gabriel Zucman, Associate Professor of Economics at the University of Berkeley and co-director of the World Inequality Lab, testified before the ... Continue reading

The book “Political cleavages and social inequalities” is out in French
April 1, 2021 |

Summary of “Political cleavages and social inequalities”     Who votes for whom and why? Why has growing inequality in many parts of the world ... Continue reading

Political cleavages in Algeria, Iraq, and Turkey
March 26, 2021 |

Political Cleavages and Social Inequalities in Algeria, Iraq, and Turkey, 1990-2019 In this paper,  Lydia Assouad, Amory Gethin, Thomas Piketty and Juliet-Nil Uraz draw on ... Continue reading

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