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.
New research explores the spatial dimension of wage inequality - within and across establishments.
During the era of globalization, average annual income of the poorest 10% of people has risen by less than $3 each year.
Ghazala Azmat and Rosa Ferrer on why gender gaps are prominent within the legal sector.
Using data from the Economic Policy Institute, this map highlights the extent of US inequality.
The winners and losers of globalization, in one chart.
While in the west women look set to take several high-profile positions of power, some other countries are way ahead
To encourage new businesses and job creation, Europe needs to end its addiction to capital inequality and debt, argue the authors.
Globalization has brought many people out of extreme poverty. But it has left many more behind.
Significant progress has been made tackling poverty, but there's still work to be done.
For most countries where data is available, the incomes of the poorest 40% are growing faster than the average.
There's been a globalization backlash: can it still be made to work for the many and not just the few?
Policy-makers need to build a financial system that serves our economy, or we will be left with an economy that serves its financial system.