New research examines the divergence between GDP per capita and median household incomes in 27 OECD countries.
“Women and girls are less likely to get an education, more likely to be impoverished, and face greater risk of disease and poor health,” says Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau.
A look at the impact of wage inequality on the Brexit vote, and how Brexit could impact wage inequality in the future.
Elizabeth MacBride explores the economics - and human stories - behind giving cash to refugees.
Technology: friend or foe in the fight against inequality?
A weekly digest of stories about how the gender gap plays out around the world – in business, health, education and politics.
Guaranteed basic income is being trialled around the world, but what does it actually mean?
These two charts highlight the extent of inequality in the US.
It may be permanent, or temporary, but understanding negative wealth is important for understanding wealth inequality.
A list of some of the week’s most interesting stories on economic growth and social inclusion.
Researchers have examined eligibility for subsidized lunches and the link to educational achievement and inequality.
Mabel van Oranje, Board Chair of Girls Not Brides, on ending child marriage.
J. Bradford DeLong looks at the events and processes that have driven inequality – as well as the global reaction.
A look at the differences between men and women when negotiating job offers.
Climate change could reverse decades of progress in reducing poverty, writes Kofi Annan.