A socially mobile country provides equal opportunities for everyone, across big cities and small towns, and regardless of whether your parents are rich or poor.
Social mobility is never far from the front pages; discussions around education, geographic and intergenerational inequalities and jobs affect everyone.
Joining us this week is Lindsey MacMillan, Director of the new Centre for Education Policy and Equalising Opportunities and Anna Vignoles, Professor of Education at the Faculty of Education, University of Cambridge.
Paul has been the Director of the IFS since 2011. He is also currently visiting professor in the Department of Economics at University College London.
Research Fellow University College London
Lindsey, an IFS Research Fellow, is a Professor of Economics and the Centre Head of Quantitative Social Science at UCL Institute of Education.
Director Leverhulme Trust
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