International Inequalities Institute
The International Inequalities Institute is a centre for rigorous research into the nature, causes and consequences of the multiple inequalities afflicting the world today. Because social, economic, political and cultural inequalities are inherently intertwined, the institute welcomes methods and approaches from across the social sciences and encourages interdisciplinary dialogue. Because those inequalities inevitably cut across national boundaries, the institute's work is international in scope. The International Inequalities Institute believes that rigorous research can and should engage with practice and policy, and it seeks to promote linkages between theory, empirics and practice.
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London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE)