Reward work, not wealth

The Oxfam briefing paper looks into work and its relation to wealth. Specifically, the paper focuses on if/how global economy is conducive to accumulation of wealth and how this reflects on workers. Gender divide is a specific concern of the paper that points to exploitation of gender inequalities for/in the current set up. Women consistently earn less than men and are usually in the lowest paid and least secure forms of work. At current rates of change, the gender gap in pay and employment opportunities between women and men will take 217 years to close.

World Inequality Report 2018

The World Inequality Report 2018 is an up-to-date account of global trends in inequality. The Report is based on –  the most extensive database on the historical evolution of income and wealth distribution. The project regroups more than 100 researchers over 5 continents and is 100 percent transparent, open source and reproducible. Researched, compiled, and written by a team of the  leading economists of inequality, the Report seeks to fill a democratic gap and to equip actors of society with the necessary facts to engage in informed public debates on the subject matter.

Analytical framework for inclusive policy design

Of what, why and how

World Social Science Report 2016

Challenging Inequalities: Pathways to a Just World

Taking on inequality

Poverty and shared prosperity 2016

Beyond transition: towards inclusive societies

Regional human development report

Social exclusion

Concept, application and scrutiny