Understanding Inequality

Understanding Inequality: The Intersection of Race/Ethnicity, Class, and Gender, 2nd Edition

Understanding Inequality: The Intersection of Race/Ethnicity, Class, and Gender by Barbara A. Arrighi
2007 | ISBN: 0742546799, 0742546780 | English | 396 pages | EPUB/AZW3 | 0.7 MB/0.7 MB

Understanding Inequality  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by Underaglassmoon at April 30, 2016
Understanding Inequality

Understanding Inequality: Social Costs and Benefits
Springer VS | Social Sciences | May 8 2016 | ISBN-10: 3658116625 | 427 pages | pdf | 3.72 mb

Machin, Amanda, Stehr, Nico (Eds.)
Survey of cause and effects of social inequalityInternational and interdisciplinary contributions
Bilingual content in German and English
Umfassender Überblick über die Ursachen sozialer Ungleichheit
Internationale und interdisziplinäre Beiträge
Deutsch- und englischsprachige Texte

Understanding Inequality and Poverty in China: Methods and Applications  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by ChrisRedfield at May 16, 2015
Understanding Inequality and Poverty in China: Methods and Applications

Guanghua Wan - Understanding Inequality and Poverty in China: Methods and Applications
Published: 2008-03-15 | ISBN: 0230538045 | PDF | 320 pages | 1.26 MB

Tim Butler, Paul Watt - Understanding Social Inequality  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by hue at May 7, 2009
Tim Butler, Paul Watt - Understanding Social Inequality

Tim Butler, Paul Watt - Understanding Social Inequality
Sage Publications | 2007 | ISBN: 0761963707 | Pages: 232 | PDF | 1.48 MB

Environmental Migration and Social Inequality  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by Jeembo at Sept. 6, 2017
Environmental Migration and Social Inequality

Environmental Migration and Social Inequality by Robert McLeman, Jeanette Schade, Thomas Faist
English | 2016 | ISBN: 3319257943 | 237 Pages | PDF | 4.4 MB

This book presents contributions from leading international scholars on how environmental migration is both a cause and an outcome of social and economic inequality.

Trade and the Labor Market: Effect on Wage Inequality in Japan  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by AvaxGenius at Sept. 4, 2017
Trade and the Labor Market: Effect on Wage Inequality in Japan

Trade and the Labor Market: Effect on Wage Inequality in Japan By Prof. Dr. Kojiro Sakurai
English | PDF | 2017 | 111 Pages | ISBN : 9811059926 | 5.67 MB

This book presents an integrated overview and evidence, taking Japan as an example, on how international trade, especially with developing countries, affects labor market in developed countries, which has been keenly debated among international and labor economists since the late 1980s.
Youth and Social Class: Enduring Inequality in the United Kingdom, Australia and New Zealand

Youth and Social Class: Enduring Inequality in the United Kingdom, Australia and New Zealand by Alan France
English | 2017 | ISBN: 1137578289, 9781137578280 | 146 Pages | PDF | 2.72 MB

Falling Inequality in Latin America: Policy Changes and Lessons  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by interes at July 3, 2017
Falling Inequality in Latin America: Policy Changes and Lessons

Falling Inequality in Latin America: Policy Changes and Lessons (WIDER Studies in Development Economics) by Giovanni Andrea Cornia
English | 2014 | ISBN: 0198701802 | 400 pages | PDF | 2,5 MB

Despite the Best Intentions: How Racial Inequality Thrives in Good Schools  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by nebulae at June 30, 2017
Despite the Best Intentions: How Racial Inequality Thrives in Good Schools

John Diamond and Amanda Lewis, "Despite the Best Intentions: How Racial Inequality Thrives in Good Schools"
English | ISBN: 0195342720, 0190669829 | 2017 | 272 pages | PDF | 1 MB

Understanding Changes in Poverty (Directions in Development)  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by lengen at June 24, 2017
Understanding Changes in Poverty (Directions in Development)

Understanding Changes in Poverty (Directions in Development) by Gabriela Inchauste
English | Aug. 21, 2014 | ISBN: 1464802998 | 191 Pages | PDF | 3 MB

The 2015 Millennium Development Goal to reduce by 50 percent the share of the world’s population living in extreme poverty was met early. The number of individuals in developing countries who live in extreme poverty had decreased from 43 percent in 1990 to 21 percent by 2010. Yet, with 1.2 billion people still struggling today, we have a long way to go. What can we learn from the recent success of reducing extreme poverty?