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, Emmanuel Saez and Gabriel Zucman discuss their recent book and why the United States needs to increase wealth taxes to combat inequality.
In this interview, Salvatore Morelli explains why wealth inequality is in some ways a more dangerous threat than income inequality.
From Workers to Capitalists in Less Than Two Generations: A Study of Chinese Urban Elite Transformation Between 1988 and 2013
L. Yang, F. Novokmet, and B. Milanovic. WID.world Working Paper. no. 2019/10. 2019.
In this lecture, Leslie McCall presents a framework for understanding how, in the United States, public opinions about inequality, economic opportunity, and redistribution are related to one another in ways that are at odds with key tenets of American exceptionalism.
Prof. Siwei Cheng shares her latest research as part of the Stone Center’s Inequality Seminar Series.
Our Stone Center scholar talks about economic inequality and how people view inequality with former-COES fellow Cristóbal Moya.
The Stone Center served as host of the Seventh Meeting of the Society for the Study of Economic Inequality (ECINEQ). Watch the featured keynote lectures.
The Future of Coding: A Comparison of Hand-Coding and Three Types of Computer-Assisted Text Analysis Methods
L.K. Nelson, D. Burk, M. Knudsen, and L. McCall. Sociological Methods & Research. 2018.
The Multidimensional Politics of Inequality: Taking Stock of Identity Politics in the U.S. Presidential Election of 2016
L. McCall and A.S. Orloff. The British Journal of Sociology. vol. 68, no. S1. pp. 34-56. 2017.