Apr 11, 2016
European Union countries are facing an epic challenge of integrating more than 1 million refugees from conflict zones in the Middle East and beyond.
Jan 26, 2016
The tragic crisis in Flint, Michigan, where residents have been poisoned by lead contamination, is not just about drinking water. And it’s not just about Flint. It’s about race and class, and the stark contradiction between the American dream of equal rights and opportunity for all and the American nightmare of metastasizing inequality of wealth and power.
Dec 17, 2015
Since Aristotle the question about the potential relationship between economic inequality and democratic changes has been studied and debated – but scientifically our ability as researchers to assess and understand how such complex social phenomena may be related is much more limited than recognised.
Dec 10, 2015
Can education stop the country’s backward slide?
Nov 30, 2015
The United States economy has come apart, with the rich getting richer and workers’ incomes not advancing at all.
Nov 20, 2015
Exploring inequality, gender, and the North-South divide.
Nov 19, 2015
How much does the standard theory of externalities and public goods really say?
The effect of ethnic violence on electoral results provides useful insights into voter behaviour and the incentives for political parties in democratic societies.
Sep 15, 2015
News about a wonderful workshop, “Knowledge Transfer and Its Contexts”