Items by programme: Employment, Equity and Growth

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The Long-Run History of Income Inequality in Denmark
Postdoc vacancy: An introduction into the Employment, Equity, and Growth team
Have we become more indebted?
Credit Conditions and Consumption, House Prices and Debt: What Makes Canada Different?
Beyond GDP: A Post-Crisis Agenda for Measuring Government Performance
Over-qualification and skills mismatch in the graduate labour market
The Welfare State and Anti-Poverty Policy in Rich Countries
Handbook of Income Distribution - Vol 2
Can we reduce income inequality in OECD countries?
Technological Change as a Determinant of Redistribution Preferences
The Great Recession, Austerity and Inequality: Evidence from Ireland
On the Share of Inheritance in Aggregate Wealth Europe and the United States, 1900-2010
Bridging the Skills Gap
Labour Market Shortages in the European Union
Monitoring the evolution of income poverty and real incomes over time
Inequality, Economic Growth and Prosperity
Technology at Work: The Future of Innovation and Employment
INET Oxford Highlights Report 2012-2014
Health care budgeting in the Netherlands
The Economics of Disability
Competing with the Dragon: Employment and Wage Effects of Chinese Trade Competition in 17 Sectors Across 18 OECD Countries
Institutions, Employment Insecurity and Polarization in Support for Unemployment Benefits
Is it the Income Distribution or Redistribution that Affects Growth?
L’indicateur EU2020 de Suivi de la Pauvreté et de L’exclusion : Une Analyse Critique
Optimum Population, Welfare Economics, and Inequality
Crisis, response and distributional impact: the case of Ireland
Multidimensional poverty measurement in Europe: An application of the adjusted headcount approach
Public Economics in the Age of Austerity
Leiden LIS Sectoral Income Inequality Dataset
Changing Inequalities and Societal Impacts in Rich Countries: Thirty Countries’ Experiences
Changing Inequalities in Rich Countries: Analytical and Comparative Perspectives
In-Work Poverty
What Use is Social Investment?
Reducing Income Inequality in Europe
The Top 1 Percent in International and Historical Perspective