In this blog post, Leslie McCall considers whether adjusting for family size eliminates economic benefits for families headed by couples compared to those headed by single people.
In his New York Times newsletter, Paul Krugman discusses the political debate over who should and who shouldn’t receive government aid.
In this video, experts discuss the prospects for a fairer world now that capitalism is the predominant economic system.
In this blog post, Leslie McCall discusses how marriage and cohabitation — relative to being single — affect where men and women fall along the income distribution.
In this video, Emmanuel Saez and Gabriel Zucman discuss their recent book and why the United States needs to increase wealth taxes to combat inequality.
In this blog post, Nishant Yonzan looks at three definitions of income and finds they all show significant drops in prosperity for the bottom 50 percent.
In this interview, Salvatore Morelli explains why wealth inequality is in some ways a more dangerous threat than income inequality.
Branko Milanovic's global inequality research is featured in this article on the predictability of inequality cycles.
In The Economist, Miles Corak weighs in on some of Canada's economic challenges for sustaining its middle class.
His three-year honorary appointment will help to strengthen ties between the Stone Center and LSE’s International Inequalities Institute.