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Designed by the Julius Baer Foundation, the Wealth Inequality Initiative aims to shed light on the global challenge of wealth disparities. It connects worldwide key players and experts to awaken interest, circulate knowledge, mobilise stakeholders and drive action against wealth inequality. The Wealth Inequality Initiative Podcast Series features inspirational and influential personalities, including experts of wealth inequality. The guests’ voices and experiences turn the wealth inequality ...
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The Inequality Podcast

Stone Center for Research on Wealth Inequality and Mobility

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Presented by the James M. and Cathleen D. Stone Center for Research on Wealth Inequality and Mobility at the University of Chicago's Harris School of Public Policy, The Inequality Podcast brings together scholars across disciplines to discuss the causes and consequences of inequality and strategies to promote economic mobility. This podcast is hosted by economists Steven Durlauf and Damon Jones, psychologist Ariel Kalil, and sociologist Geoff Wodtke.
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Culture & Inequality Podcast

Culture & Inequality Podcast

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How does culture feed into inequality? And the other way around? In Culture and Inequality, cultural sociologists from universities across the world explore these topics in-depth from various perspectives on the basis of academic readings. While this podcast is primarily intended as a course module for advanced students in sociology, it certainly offers interesting insights to a more general audience too.
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Diversity & Inequality

Dr. Brad R. Fulton

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This course provides a comprehensive understanding of social diversity and structural inequality, and its implications for organizational and community leaders. You will learn about several dimensions of social difference and inequality, the challenges associated with leading across those differences, and how to leverage those differences to advance organizational and community objectives. This course will prepare you to lead effectively in socially diverse contexts. Additional course materi ...
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GOD said "Equality" at my Spiritual "Rebirth", Jesus said we each needed to understand Spiritual matters. Let us share our learnings or I will show you how if you need spiritual help to be reborn! Cover art photo provided by Honey Yanibel Minaya Cruz on Unsplash: https://unsplash.com/@honeyyanibel
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Inequality – The Issue of Our Time is a three-part series of dialogues led by Dr. Johnna Montgomerie, Professor of International Political Economy, at Kings College London. For many, inequality is one of the greatest challenges facing humanity in the 21st century because it erodes prosperity and destabilizes society. Many of us can recognize inequities whether about race, gender, climate, or the historical geographies of inequality caused by colonialism. Inequality is another word for the se ...
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In a time of crisis and fast change, this podcast is a space to reflect and learn with change-makers working to tackle inequalities and injustice. We hear about the choices they make, the approaches they take, the obstacles they face and their hopes and dreams in making real change happen. As massive inequalities are threatening our societies and planet, join us to find out how to use this moment to turn the tide and shift power for a more just and equal world.
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This work presents Rousseau’s belief in the profoundly transformational effects of the development of civilization on human nature, which Rousseau claims other political philosophers had failed to grasp. Specifically, before the onset of civilization, according to Rousseau, natural man lived a contented, solitary life, naturally good and happy. It is only with the onset of civilization, Rousseau claims, that humans become social beings, and, concomitant with their civilization, natural man b ...
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Ariane De Lannoy is a professor and chief researcher in the Labour and Development Research Unit of the University of Cape Town. Her work focusses on youth and youth development in the complex post-apartheid context of South Africa, where stark socio-economic divisions persist to this day. In this Wealth inequality initiative podcast, Julius Baer F…
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Why must we rebalance the scales of education? Engaged in India’s education sector for over 30 years, Dhir Jhingran established the Language and Learning Foundation in 2015 as a way to improve support for primary school-aged children from marginalised backgrounds. In this Wealth inequality initiative podcast, CEO of the Julius Baer Foundation, Laur…
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Since the 1970s, two-parent households have declined, while single-parent households have become more commonplace in the United States. This shift has occurred due to various factors, ranging from changes in labor markets, mass incarceration, and changing social norms surrounding marriage and parental responsibilities. In her book “The Two-Parent P…
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It's been a while but we are back with another exiting episode on Food Justice! Whose knowledge is considered when taking decisions? How to transform the politics of knowledge and the narratives that drive growing inequalities and unsustainable food systems? Join us for this episode to learn more! Whilst the world continues to grapple with the real…
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The 2023 Supreme Court decision in Students for Fair Admissions v. Harvard and UNC struck down race-based college admissions. It reignited debates about affirmative action as a tool for addressing inequality and historical injustice. In an interview recorded live at the Harris School of Public Policy in November, Stone Center Director Steven Durlau…
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Steven talks to Guido Alfani, professor of economic history at Bocconi University, about the history of wealth inequality in western civilization. They discuss how the roles and perceptions of the rich have changed over time, touching on important moments in Western civilization, such as the Renaissance, the Middle Ages, the Industrial Revolution, …
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In this episode, we host a special guest: Michèle Lamont (professor of Sociology at Harvard). We discuss her new book Seeing Others: How Recognition Works--And How It Can Heal a Divided World, which centers on the role of recognition and dignity in countering inequality after decades of neoliberalism. Based on interviews with cultural change agents…
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Conrad Miller, Associate Professor of Economic Analysis and Policy at the University of California-Berkley’s Haas School of Business, joins Steven to discuss discrimination and affirmative action. The conversation digs into the methodology and surprising conclusions from four of Dr. Miller’s papers: one that explores federal affirmative action poli…
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Steven talks to Xi Song, associate professor of Sociology and Demography at the University of Pennsylvania, about trends in intergenerational mobility across time and space. Dr. Song details how intergenerational mobility declined in the United States after World War II but then dives further to explore the diversity of experiences for different gr…
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Steven and Geoff are joined by Michael Esposito, Assistant Professor of Sociology at the University of Minnesota, in a discussion about racial health disparities that continue to plague the United States. They explore how things like redlining, law enforcement practices, and unequal access to medical care contribute to racial gaps in both health ou…
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Steven sits down with Matthew Kahn, Provost Professor of Economics at the University of Southern California, to discuss the interactions between inequality and climate change. Dr. Kahn outlines how changes in the environment are altering people’s lives across the globe, from hurricane-ravaged residents of New Orleans to rice-farmers-turned-shrimp-s…
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Steven and Geoff talk to Nathan Wilmers, the Sarofim Family Career Development Associate Professor and an Associate Professor of Work and Organization Studies at the MIT Sloan School of Management, about the role that inequality plays in the ever-evolving labor market. Nathan covers a wide gamut of topics, including the changing trends in wage ineq…
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We talk to Shelly Lundberg, the Leonard Broom Professor of Demography and Associate Director of the Broom Center for Demography at the University of California, Santa Barbara, about the long-embedded gender gaps in many professional fields, including her own—economics. She guides us through the role that anti-discrimination legislation has played i…
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Steven sits down with Luis Bettencourt to discuss what cities can teach us about inequality. Luis Bettencourt is a Professor of Ecology and Evolution and the Inaugural Director of the Mansueto Institute for Urban Innovation at the University of Chicago as well as an External Professor of Complex Systems at the Santa Fe Institute. With research inte…
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In this bonus episode, Sam Bowles dives deep into the ancient origins of inequality, Marxian economic theory, the evolution of the economics curriculum, and The Moral Economy. Link to our first episode with Sam Bowles: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/bonus-episode-four-questions-for-sam-bowles/id1693218758?i=1000617556338 The CORE Curriculum …
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In our first episode of The Inequality Podcast, we talk to legendary economist Sam Bowles, Professor of Economics, Emeritus, at the University of Massachusetts at Amherst, Arthur Spiegel Research Professor at the Sante Fe Institute, and Affiliated Scholar at the University of Siena in Italy. Steven and Sam cover a scholarly gamut, including Sam’s i…
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Whilst the world is trying to grapple with the reality of yet another food price crisis and growing hunger, we speak to those on the frontline to find out why the food system keeps failing and what we can do about it. In today’s episode we dive into the role of large multinational companies in the food system and what citizens and campaigners can d…
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Whilst the world is trying to grapple with the reality of yet another food price crisis and growing hunger, we speak to those on the frontline to find out why the food system keeps failing and what we can do about it. We kick off this new series on Food Justice with those who are growing the food that is on our plates: farmers. This episode feature…
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The term inequality refers to a lack of equality between different groups within society, and asks whether it is just? For many, inequality is one of the greatest challenges facing humanity in the 21st century because it erodes prosperity and destabilizes society. Many of us can recognize inequities whether about race, gender, climate, or the histo…
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***This is a rerecording, updated, and better version of our very first episode, which we originally recorded in 2020. We hope you will enjoy this new version! ***In this first pilot episode, we discuss the core themes of the course: how do culture and inequality relate? This meeting will discuss why and how this has become such a central theme in …
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