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Multidimensional poverty and income inequality in the EU

Polly Vizard,  Lin Yang,  November 2017
Paper No' CASE/207:
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The empirical relationship between income poverty and income inequality in rich and middle income countries

Eleni Karagiannaki,  November 2017
Paper No' CASE/206:
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The relationship between poverty and inequality: Concepts and measurement

Lin Yang,  November 2017
Paper No' CASE/205:
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Inequality, poverty and the grounds of our normative concerns

Irene Bucelli,  November 2017
Paper No' CASE/204:
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The Effects of English Secondary School System Reforms (2002-2014) on Pupil Sorting and Social Segregation: A Greater Manchester Case Study

Ruth Lupton,  Stephanie Thomson,  August 2017
Paper No' SPCCWP24:
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Paper copy now out of print.
Tags: school; social; segregation; academies; fsm; manchester; reforms
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Does Money Affect Children’s Outcomes? An update

Kerris Cooper,  Kitty Stewart,  July 2017
Paper No' CASE/203:
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Measuring individual well-being: A multidimensional index integrating subjective well-being and preferences

Lin Yang,  June 2017
Paper No' CASE/202:
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Tags: life satisfaction; multidimensional well-being; preferences; welfare economics
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CASE Annual Report 2016

Kerris Cooper,  Kitty Stewart,  March 2017
Paper No' CASEreport 112:
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Tags: annual report; 2016
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An Agenda for Housing Plus

Anne Power,  January 2017
Paper No' CASEreport 111:
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Pulling together evidence that Housing Plus is fundamental to the way social landlords do business.


Tags: housing; housing plus; social landlords; community investment;
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Inequality and the Capability Approach

Tania Burchardt,  Rod Hick,  January 2017
Paper No' CASE/201:
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Tags: capability approach; inequality; distribution; advantage; measurement; poverty; income; wealth; multidimensional

LSE IQ podcast
Why is social mobility declining?

The December episode of LSE IQ podcast is now out, asking Why is social mobility declining?

Climbing the social ladder by entering an elite profession or earning lots of money is something that many of us aspire to. Yet in Britain today, how far you will progress largely depends on how well your parents did. Younger people are also facing the very real prospect of achieving less than their parents. Why is this happening?

Helping to answer the question are: Professor Mike Savage, co-director of LSE's International Inequalities Institute, Dr Abigail McKnight, associate director of LSE's Centre for Analysis of Social Exclusion and Dr Sam Friedman of LSE's Department of Sociology.

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