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LSE Inequalities
offers expert views and analysis on the inequalities afflicting the world today – from the social and economic through to the political and cultural dimensions of inequality. The blog is run by the International Inequalities Institute at LSE, which brings together experts from various disciplines to lead critical and cutting edge research to understand why inequalities are escalating in numerous arenas across the world, and to develop critical tools to address these challenges. You can follow the Institute on X/Twitter, LinkedIn and Facebook.

Our aim is to facilitate open, considered debate around these issues, grounded in evidence-based research. Our expert analysis comes from a diverse range of authors, including researchers, policymakers and practitioners.

The blog’s Managing Editor is Dan Nixon. Dan has previously held senior editorial roles in a range of settings, including at the Bank of England, and brings a wide-ranging academic background spanning several disciplines across the humanities and social sciences.

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Unless otherwise specified, all LSE Inequalities posts are published under a Creative Commons licence (CC BY-NC-ND 2.0). This means that you are free to republish them unmodified and properly attributed, with a link to the original article. Please take care with imagery, however, as items may occasionally remain under copyright.

All views expressed on the LSE Inequalities blog are those of the authors alone. They do not reflect the position of the International Inequalities Institute or the London School of Economics and Political Science.

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