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Does income inequality cause health and social problems?

Joseph Rowntree Foundation, September 2011


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Resource IDrowlingson2011
Resource titleDoes income inequality cause health and social problems?
Author(s)Karen Rowlingson
Publication/ sourceJoseph Rowntree Foundation
Date publishedSeptember 2011
Summary text/ abstractThis report provides an independent review of the evidence about the impact of inequality. Inequality grew dramatically in the 1980s and has remained at a high level ever since. But should high levels of inequality concern us? This report provides an independent review of the research, paying particular attention to the evidence and arguments put forward in 'The Spirit Level' by Richard Wilkinson and Kate Pickett, in which it was argued strongly that we should indeed be concerned about income inequality. This report reviews the points made in various critiques that have appeared since The Spirit Level was first published in 2009, alongside the evidence and debate in the broader peer-reviewed literature.
Library categoriesAnarchism & Action, Economics, Simplicity
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