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what is inequality and why is it rising?




it's become a truism that some people are being left behind economically, with the word inequality now looming large over much of the country's political discourse. see related rising inequality biggest threat to global economy, says wefa number of experts say that inequality is responsible for th...



inequality a greater influence on happiness than nationality, anu study finds




the united states guarantees its citizens can pursue it. norwegians apparently have more of it than others. happiness has become the business of governments, but a new australian national university study says differences within countries, and not between them, have a greater influence on well-being...



the vicious circle of inequality




researchers from norway, denmark, new zealand and the us have conducted an investigation into the association between societal inequality and instability and psychological motives for group dominance with about 45,000 persons across 27 nations and 30 american states. credit: aarhus universityhow to ...



physical activity inequality can explain obesity differences




enlargerajarshi mitra - flickrshare this storyon average, people in the us take around the same number of steps daily as people in mexico—about 4,700. but the us has a much higher obesity rate than mexico—27.7 percent compared to 18.1 percent. why?the immediate and obvious answer is food culture...



the true lesson of the tax bill: this country is for rich people




if ever there was a piece of legislation designed to guarantee that r stayed greater than g, it’s the republican tax bill. remember  “r>g”? it was the notation thomas piketty made briefly famous in his book capital in the 21st century, the french economist’s shorthand for the dangers that a...



presstv-meps warn rising inequality in eu could rip bloc apart




jerome hughespress tv, brusselsmembers of the european parliament warn that rising social inequality in the eu threatens to rip the bloc apart. a debate in the parliament has heard that while unemployment in the eu is reducing, income and wealth inequality is increasing.



presstv-inequality in us




this program is about inequality in the us. trump's 'cruel' measures pushing us inequality to dangerous level. that’s according to the un, which according to its findings on poverty in the us, it has found finds ‘systematic attack on welfare program’ which will leave millions deprived of food and...



blunting inequality | business standard editorials




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professor publishes archaeological research on social inequality




missoula - the origins of social inequality might lie in the remnants of ancient eurasia's agricultural societies, according to an article recently published in the major science journal nature.the article, "greater post-neolithic wealth disparities in eurasia than in north america and mesopotamia,"...



future prosperity depends on addressing inequality




it’s no longer necessary to be a radical marxist to worry about inequality. concern about inequality does not have to be borne out of jealousy of others’ success, or an obsession with dragging high achievers down to some common denominator.it can also be rightly borne out of concern to safeguard...



gender inequality in pay costs $160 trillion annually across 141 countries




pay gap inequality globally, countries are losing $160 trillion in wealth because of differences in lifetime earnings between women and men. this amounts to an average of $23,620 for each person in the 141 countries, according to a world bank group study. ‘unrealised potential: the high cost of ge...



link between income inequality and physical activity for women, but not for men




a recent paper published in the journal of public health finds that women from areas with high income inequality are less likely to meet overall physical activity recommendations than men from the same geographical area. while previous studies have shown that the majority of us adults are not meetin...



tax inequality gets greater every year | business




the pool of businesses and households in greece that is being called on to pay ever-increasing taxes keeps shrinking so that 19 percent of taxpayers are responsible for covering 90 percent of the overall income tax.at the same time, 4.5 percent of businesses are paying 83 percent of the country’s ...



easier to do business in india, jobs a worry: nobel laureate paul krugman




nobel laureate paul krugman on saturday said india’s growth story could be derailed by a lack of jobs. while praising the country’s growth and improvement to the business climate, he said unemployment, inequality, corruption, and infrastructure bottlenecks still needed to be addressed. “lack o...



the gilded age and how american income inequality changed




it was a party, but also a paradox. as discussed in this exclusive clip from the new pbs american experience documentary the gilded age, premiering feb. 6, the ball held in new york city in 1897 exemplified both sides of the period in which it was held. the very wealthy flaunted their newly extravag...



the myth of meritocracy is increasing inequality, book argues




society is becoming more divided because wealthy and powerful figures are promoting the notion of a meritocracy while failing to address inequality, according to a new book by a sociologist at city, university of london.



australia’s one per cent gets richer as wealth inequality grows




australia may be known to some as the lucky country, but a new report has shone light on just how unequally prosperity is distributed in the nation.the top one per cent of australian earners take home as much in a fortnight as the lowest five per cent of earners do in a year, according to the report...



richest 0.1% boost their wealth by as much as poorest half




the total wealth of the richest 0.1% of the world’s population has grown by as much as that of the poorest 50% over the past 40 years, according to the world inequality report.see related what is inequality and why is it rising?paradise papers reveal secret wealth of global elite published by ce...



'it's scary' - why rungs are disappearing on the wage ladder




there is more to income inequality than the famed 1 per cent versus the 99 per cent or standing chief executive officers next to average workers.inequality in wages, new research has found, is increasingly defined by where you work not what your job title is. apple is among the companies that att...



study links parental support and career success of children




a recent study finds that young people who get financial support from their parents have greater professional success, highlighting one way social inequality is transmitted from one generation to the next.



gender equality stalls in the u.s., report finds




for many measures of gender inequality, women rapidly made up ground in the latter half of the 20th century, but progress has since slowed or stalled entirely, according to a report released march 16 by the stanford center on poverty and inequality.



sweden the country 'most committed to reducing inequality': study




long-standing policies like free university education mean sweden performs well compared to other countries in the ranking. photo: janerik henriksson/tt sweden has been ranked as the best country in the world when it comes to its commitment to reducing inequality. created by oxfam and development fi...



inequality more in india, equality keystone of constitution: sc judge




supreme court justice j. chelameswar on sunday said that though inequality is prevalent in all countries of the world its prevalence was more in india, adding that equality of all was the keystone of the indian constitution. "inequality is there in all countries in different forms and due to various...



new study delves into income inequality and inflation




a new study by edgar ghossoub, associate professor of economics at the university of texas at san antonio, posits that income inequality, in varying economies, can have substantial positive and negative effects for people in all walks of life depending on what kind of financial system they live unde...



irish sun - esri survey reveals irish experience to income inequality in contras




noonan said ireland’s income tax system was one of the most progressive systems in the developed world economic and social research institute said income inequality in ireland remains ‘remarkably stable’pre-existing structure of tax and welfare system played a “major role” in ensuring incr...