In this video, experts discuss the prospects for a fairer world now that capitalism is the predominant economic system.
B. Milanovic. Cambridge, MA: Belknap Press. 2019.
Branko Milanovic's global inequality research is featured in this article on the predictability of inequality cycles.
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.
His three-year honorary appointment will help to strengthen ties between the Stone Center and LSE’s International Inequalities Institute.
In this post for Social Europe, Branko Milanovic discussed the inequality successive EU enlargements have enhanced.
B. Milanovic. The Review of Income and Wealth. vol. 65, no. 1. pp. 1-20. 2019.
In this IIPP video, Branko Milanovic discusses the current evolution in global income inequality.
This dataset represents a compilation and adaptation of income or consumption Gini coefficients (calculated across households or household per capita; on gross or net basis) retrieved from nine sources. B. Milanovic. 2019.
B. Mijatovic and B. Milanovic. Center for Liberal-Democratic Studies. Working Papers in Economic History. 2019.