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- Comment on The elephant in the room of social security reform by Millie Hue
- Comment on Perceived fraud in the benefits system by “ABILITY EXPECTATIONS” AND BRITISH WELFARE POLICY | tend project
- Comment on The elephant in the room of social security reform by The cut to Universal Credit is not the real problem | Inequalities
Tag Archives: income
One of the most influential lines of research on income inequality come from Thomas Piketty and Emmanuel Saez’s study of income tax records in the United States and elsewhere. Summarizing this work in Slate, Timothy Noah states: “The share of … Continue reading
Apologies for missing a post last week, last week I was at the Association of Public Policy and Management (APPAM) annual meeting, and this week I am in South Africa (hopefully some comments on South African inequality issues soon). Below … Continue reading