Inequality: Good for the rich, bad for the economy?
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Inequality: Good for the rich, bad for the economy?

Inequality: Good for the rich, bad for the economy?

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The Royal Society Of Edinburgh

22-26 George Street

Edinburgh, United Kingdom

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What impact does inequality have upon a nation’s economic prosperity? Do big disparities in wealth and income signal a strong and healthy economy and society, or do they in fact hinder economic growth and sustainability? Join a panel of experts as they discuss these issues.

This event is part of the British Academy Debates on Inequalities

Chaired by:
Lord Stewart Sutherland FBA FRSE

Confirmed speakers:
Professor David Bell FRSE Professor of Economics, University of Stirling
Professor Sir Richard Blundell CBE FBA Director, Institute of Fiscal Studies
Chris Giles Economics Editor, Financial Times
Professor Kate Pickett Professor of Epidemiology, University of York

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