Inequalities: which ones matter, and what to do about them?
Paul Johnson, Director of The Institute for Fiscal Studies, will draw on the extensive work of the IFS-Deaton review of inequalities to look at how inequalities in earnings, incomes, wealth, and education have changed over time, as well as at inequalities between different sexes, ethnic minorities and age groups.
He will ask to what extent these inequalities might matter from a public policy point of view, and what we might do about them. How they develop over time, and attitudes and policy towards them, will be fundamental in shaping the future of the UK.
This talk will be followed by a drinks reception, all welcome.
This talk will be live in-person and online
To register to attend live in-person in Oxford: https://www.oxfordmartin.ox.ac.uk/events/inequalities-which-ones-matter/
To register to watch live online on Crowdcast: https://www.crowdcast.io/e/inequalities-which-ones-matter