Inequality and migration

Inequality and migration

The analysis of migrations based on actual flows is useful but a new approach based on migration intentions delivers new insights, said Professor Michel Beine, University of Luxembourg, at a seminar organised jointly by the EIB Institute and the University of...
Inequality and social relations

Inequality and social relations

How to manage and address fairness in market economies at a time inequality keeps increasing? Professor Jean-Paul Chavas, University of Wisconsin-Madison, proposed some lines of thought at a seminar organised jointly by the EIB Institute, the University of Luxembourg...
A new “inequality spiral” is born

A new “inequality spiral” is born

Since the 1980s human capital accumulation has been playing an ever more important role in creating a new “inequality spiral”, argued Professor Pierre-André Chiappori of Columbia University at a seminar organised jointly by the EIB Institute, the University of...
Does economic growth equal happiness?

Does economic growth equal happiness?

Is economic growth the only path to happiness? Maybe not, said Serge Allegrezza (STATEC, the National Institute of Statistics and Economic Studies of the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg) at a seminar organised jointly by the EIB Institute, the University of Luxembourg...
EU identity affects inequality

EU identity affects inequality

“EU identity is a major factor in understanding preference for redistribution” said Professor Frank Cowell, London School of Economics, at a seminar organised jointly by the EIB Institute, the University of Luxembourg  (coordinated by MARS – Multidisciplinary Area of...