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Summer school "Inequality: Mechanisms, effects and policies"

CRISS, the Inter-University Research Centre on the Welfare State and the European Research Team of the INEQ project invite applications to the

When 2007-06-17 13:00 to
2007-06-24 13:00
Where Università di Siena
Contact Name Francesca Marzo
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Attendees Sir Anthony Atkinson (Nuffield College, Oxford University), Dr. Nancy Birdsall (President Center for Global Development), Prof. Frank Cowell (London School of Economics), Prof. Giovanni Andrea Cornia (University of Florence), Prof. Oded Galor (Brown University), Prof. Gianni De Fraja (Leicester University), Prof. Francesco Farina (University of Siena and INEQ), Prof. Maurizio Franzini (University of Rome La Sapienza and INEQ), Prof. Massimo Giannini (University of Rome “Tor Vergata” and INEQ), Dr. Eddie Lee (ILO), Prof. Jose Molero (Universidad Complutense de Madrid), Prof. Pascal Petit (CENR Paris and INEQ), Prof. Mario Pianta (University of Urbino and INEQ), Dr. Stefano Scarpetta (OECD), Dr. Peter Utting (UNRISD and INEQ), Prof. Marco Vivarelli (University of Warwick and INEQ)
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Summer school "Inequality: Mechanisms, effects and policies"

The evolution of inequalities in terms of incomes, economic, social and gender conditions, both within and between countries, is a major concern
for scholars and policy makers. Such themes are at the centre of the EU research project on “Inequality: Mechanisms, effects and policies” (INEQ)
coordinated by CRISS, the Inter-University Research Centre on the Welfare State, linking several Italian Universities.
The summer school, organised as one of the activities of the INEQ project, provides a multi-disciplinary approach to the study of inequality by
means of lectures, round tables, presentations by participants organized in poster sessions and social events.
Lectures are designed to

  • investigate the economic and social mechanisms that are producing polarisation and inequality within both European
    and EU neighbouring countries,

  • inquire into the effects that inequality has in societies, and its relationships with economic performance and
    social integration,

  • identify actual and possible policies - at the national, EU and global levels.

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