Inequality in Europe

Social Europe, the EU-Office of the Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung and the Institute of Economic and Social Research of the Hans Böckler Stiftung teamed up in a project investigating various aspects of the inequality issue with a specific perspective on the European dimension of inequality. Over the course of several months the project collected fifteen contributions by globally leading experts to help getting a grip on what inequality means today. These contributions form the three parts of this dossier starting with a general section on understanding inequality and related issues such as globalisation, migration and populism followed by chapters on inequality in Europe and a final part investigating the inequality dimension in specific policy areas.

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