Inequality and poverty are suddenly hot topics, not only in the United States but also across the globe.
Articles: economic inequality (27)
As news of the protests surrounding Mike Brown’s murder in Ferguson, Mo., has circulated, many have noted an eerie coincidence: last week also marked the 49th anniversary of the Watts Rebellion in Los Angeles...
As income inequality in Britain continues to rise, research conducted by a British think-tank found that executive salaries are 162 times higher than those of the average worker in the U.K.
Exactingly empirical and deeply multidisciplinary, Capital is an extremely important contribution to the study of economics and inequality over the last few centuries. But because it fails to address the real limits on growth—namely our ecological crisis—it can’t be a roadmap …
With public interest in the sharing economy on the rise, a polarisation of views on its potential benefits and drawbacks is fast becoming apparent.
One of the most fascinating things I read recently was The Lancet's Manifesto for Planetary Health...
Thailand's latest authoritarian turn is a warning to us all.
The “sharing economy” is just as exhilarating and vexing as the Web 2.0 meme was nine years ago.
Concerns about economic inequality are driving summer blockbusters and New York Times best sellers. When will they start driving our politics?
Access over ownership. After decades of excessive consumerism, this prospect sounded revolutionary. At first.