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British Academy debates: inequalities

How can the humanities and social sciences help us respond to the challenges inequalities present?

By Nicholas Stern  

The building of the Royal Society of Edinburgh, where the British Academy will host a debate on 4th October ©kim traynor

In our sixth series of Debates, the British Academy will be exploring one of the greatest challenges of our time: inequalities. Whilst inequalities, on a number of key dimensions, have risen rapidly in most countries over the last thirty years, their prominence in political debate is more recent. It…

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