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Talking about Inequality

The International Inequalities Institute at LSE has hosted some of the world's biggest names to talk about inequality. Watch and listen to their talks here.

By category

Causes of Inequality (overview)

Tony Atkinson -  Inequality: What Can Be Done?

Joseph Stiglitz -  The Great Divide

Thomas Piketty -  New reflections about inequality & capital in the 21st century (III Annual Conference)

Robert Frank -  Success and Luck: good fortune and the myth of meritocracy

Patricia Hudson, Avner Offer and Keith Tribe -  The Piketty Opportunity

Causes of Inequality (specific forms of inequality)

Space/housing

Bob Rowthorn -  Economics, Political Economy and Democracy (Inequality in the 21st Century Conference)

Anne Power -  Session 3 of  the Charles Booth Centenary Lectures

John Hills -  Session 4: The Chain - How Inequality Works (Charles Booth Centenary Lectures)

Labour markets

Donald Tomaskovic-Devey -  The Organizational Production of Earnings Inequalities

David Soskice -  Economics, Political Economy and Democracy (Inequality in the 21st Century Conference)

Stephen Machin and Alan Manning -  Session 2 of the Charles Booth Centenary Lectures

Intersectionality, Gender, Race & Religion

Stephanie Seguino and Naila Kabeer -  Gender and Everyday Life (Inequality in the 21st Century Conference)

Kimberlé Crenshaw, Nicola Lacey & Kim Weeden -  Harriet's Legacy: Navigating Intersectionality in the Age of Post-Racialism

Gareth Jones -  Accumulation and Timespaces of Class (Inequality in the 21st Century Conference)

Asma Jahangir - Religious Intolerance and its Impact on Democracy (STICERD Amartya Sen Lecture)

Reproduction of Inequalities

Liza Mackenzie -  Gender and Everyday Life (Inequality in the 21st Century Conference)

Mike Savage - Accumulation and Timespaces of Class (Inequality in the 21st Century Conference)

Jane Waldfogel -  Too Many Children Left Behind: the US achievement gap in comparative perspective

Social Class in the 21st Century

Katharina Hecht (PhD) -  Social comparisons and perceptions of top incomes and wealth (presentations by PhD students at III Annual Conference)

Satanuka Roy (PhD) -  Education and caste in India (presentations by PhD students at III Annual Conference)

Rebecca Simson (PhD) -  Public employment and inequality in Kenya and Tanzania since Independence (presentations by PhD students at III Annual Conference)

Educational Inequalities - APPAM 2016 International Conference

Consequences of Inequality

The Health Gap - APPAM 2016 International Conference

Tim Newburn -  Session 3 of Charles Booth Centenary Lectures

John Hills -  The Chain: How Inequality Works (Charles Booth lectures)

Measuring Inequality

Stephen Jenkins and Facundo Alvaredo -  Income and wealth inequality: what do we learn from multiple data sources? (III Annual Conference)

Mary Morgan -  Charles Booth and the Social Sciences (Charles Booth Centenary Lectures

Emily Grundy -  Session 3 of the Charles Booth lectures

Anthony Shorrocks -  Credit Suisse Global Wealth Report

Paul Segal -  Who are the Global Top 1%?

Abigail McKnight and Eleni Karagiannaki -  The Relationship between Inequality and Poverty: mechanisms and policy options

Solutions to Inequality

Tony Atkinson -  Inequality: What Can Be Done?

Tony Atkinson -  Policy Implications (Inequality in the 21st Century Conference)

Thomas Piketty's  response to Tony in the above

John Hills, Deborah Hargreaves & David Soskice -  Taxing the Rich (III Annual Conference)

Craig Calhoun, Shami Chakrabarti, Duncan Green & Phumeza Mlungwana -Challenging Inequalities

David Stasavage -  Taxing the Rich: a history of fiscal fairness in the United States and Europe

By speaker: 

Facundo Alvaredo

Income and wealth inequality: what do we learn from multiple data sources? at the III Annual Conference 2016

Tony Atkinson

Inequality: What can be done?

You can also read Tony Atkinson's working paper Inequality: what can be done?

Craig Calhoun

Challenging Inequalities

Shami Chakrabarti

Challenging Inequalities

Kimberlé Crenshaw

Harriet’s Legacy: Navigating Intersectionality in the Age of Post-Racialism at the III Annual Conference 2016

Matthew Desmond (MacArthur 'Genius' award winning ethnographer)

Evicted: Poverty and Profit in the American City

Robert Frank

Success and Luck: good fortune and the myth of meritocracy

Duncan Green

Challenging Inequalities

Emily Grundy

Housing, Health, Personal Circumstances, Criminality: Then and Now (Charles Booth Centenary Lectures Session 3)

Deborah Hargreaves  (founding Director of the High Pay Centre)

Taxing the Rich at the III Annual Conference 2016

John Hills

"The Chain: How Inequality Works" (Charles Booth Centenary Lectures Session 4)

Taxing the Rich at the III Annual Conference 2016

Asma Jahangir

Religious Intolerance and its Impact on Democracy

Gareth Jones

Accumulation and Timespaces of Class (Inequality in the 21st Century Conference)

Naila Kabeer

Gender and Everyday Life (Inequality in the 21st Century Conference)

Nicola Lacey

Harriet’s Legacy: Navigating Intersectionality in the Age of Post-Racialism at the III Annual Conference 2016

Stephen Machin

Economy, Work, Pay, Class: Then and Now (Charles Booth Centenary Lectures Session 2)

Liza Mackenzie

Gender and Everyday Life (Inequality in the 21st Century Conference)

Social Class in the 21st Century

Alan Manning

Economy, Work, Pay, Class: Then and Now (Charles Booth Centenary Lectures Session 2)

Mary Morgan

Charles Booth and the Social Sciences (Charles Booth Centenary Lectures Session 1)

Tim Newburn

Housing, Health, Personal Circumstances, Criminality: Then and Now (Charles Booth Centenary Lectures Session 3)

Bob Rowthorn

Economics, Political Economy and Democracy (Inequality in the 21st Century Conference)

Stephanie Seguino

Gender and Everyday Life (Inequality in the 21st Century Conference)

David Stasavage

Taxing the Rich: A history of fiscal fairness in the US and Europe

Thomas Piketty

New reflections about inequality & capital in the 21st century at the III Annual Conference 2016

Policy Implications at the Inequality in the 21st Century Conference

You can also read Mike Savage's interview with Thomas Piketty

Anne Power

Housing, Health, Personal Circumstances, Criminality: Then and Now (Charles Booth Centenary Lectures Session 3)

Mike Savage

Accumulation and Timespaces of Class (Inequality in the 21st Century Conference)

Social Class in the 21st Century

Anthony Shorrocks

Credit Suisse Global Wealth Report

David Soskice

Economics, Political Economy and Democracy (Inequality in the 21st Century Conference)

Donald Tomaskovic-Devey

The Organizational Production of Earning Inequalities

Joseph E. Stiglitz

The Great Divide 

Jane Waldfogel

Too Many Children Left Behind

Kim Weeden

Harriet’s Legacy: Navigating Intersectionality in the Age of Post-Racialism at the III Annual Conference 2016

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