A symposium in October and November 2021 will feature new research on race, ethnicity, gender, and economic justice worldwide, hosted by EGC and Inclusion Economics Yale.
Structural inequalities are harming economies and individuals the world over, yet much remains unasked about why systemic injustice persists, who is held back, and who benefits. What questions are we as researchers failing to ask and answer? What can comparisons across countries teach us? And how can we ensure that we act? Marking the 60th Anniversary of EGC and the launch of Inclusion Economics Yale, this two-week series of symposia will feature cutting-edge research on the human and economy-wide costs of discrimination based on race, ethnicity and gender, and paths to economic justice. More details
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