Labour appear to have given up on tackling poverty and inequality before they have even got into power. Stewart Lansley is Visiting Fellow at the School of Policy Studies, University of Bristol. Cross-posted from The […]
An exploration of inequality from many angles. Cross-posted from Branko Milanović’s blog (originally published in French in ‘Atlantico’ here). What is your take on the riots that are going on in France at the moment? […]
The rise of China has led to inequality falling on the global scale over the past 20 years, but that’s highly unlikely to continue. Michael Roberts is an Economist in the City of London and a prolific […]
Fascinating insight into global inequality trends. Published in Foreign Policy. Read the article HERE.
The EU Transport Commission has said it won’t curb private jet use. Read the article HERE.
The super-rich emit far more emissions than anyone else, so any climate emission reduction policies must target them Cross-posted from The Conversation Europe Fernando Valladares is a Professor in the Department of Biogeography and Global […]
There are signs that highly concentrated economic power in an age of AI is leading to destructive social outcomes Joan Torrent-Sellens is professor of economics and business studies at UOC – Universitat Oberta de Catalunya. […]
The billionaire class lost wealth in 2022 but it didn’t put a dent in their luxury spending. More money for billionaires doesn’t buy them more things, it buys them more political power. Sam Pizzigati writes on […]
“There’s no injustice more frightening – more definitive, more irredeemable – than inequality of life expectancy: a form of discrimination whereby years, sometimes decades, are stolen from the majority and given to a select few, […]
Research shows a drastic reduction in inequality is necessary to ensure a decent live for all and save the planet Read the article HERE