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About the review

Inequalities are at the forefront of today’s public and policy debates. They have been linked to some of the most important political events and have sparked worldwide protest movements. There could hardly be a more pressing time to understand how inequalities arise, which ones matter, why they matter, and how they should be addressed.

About the review 

Evidence volume

The whole evidence volume of the Review, with clickable links, is set out here.

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