The London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE) has announced the creation of the Amartya Sen Chair in Inequality Studies, named in honour of the India-born economist, philosopher and Nobel laureate. The holder of the chair, which is supported by Atlantic Philanthropies, will become director of the International Inequalities Institute.
What were the most valuable, thought-provoking and perspective-changing books, reports, academic papers and other writing on inequality in 2018? Our panel of Atlantic Fellows for Social and Economic Equity and academics from the LSE’s International Inequalities Institute share their reads of the year.
As inscrições estão abertas até 20 de novembro de 2018 para o ano acadêmico 2019-20 da Atlantic Fellows for Social and Economic Equity – AFSEE (Atlantic Fellows para Equidade Social e Econômica), um programa totalmente financiado que oferece a oportunidade de estudar, em Londres, no International Inequalities Institute (Instituto Desigualdades Internacionais) da LSE, junto a acadêmicos renomados, profissionais experientes e organizações da sociedade civil.
Applications are open until 20 November 2018 for the third cohort of Atlantic Fellows for Social and Economic Equity (AFSEE), a funded programme offering activists and social change leaders the opportunity to work with leading academics, practitioners and civil society organisations at the LSE’s International Inequalities Institute.
The Atlantic Fellows for Social and Economic Equity programme based at the International Inequalities Institute, LSE, is one of seven programmes operating across five continents to advance fairer, healthier and more inclusive societies. The Fellows based at LSE are part of the first global cohort of 275 Fellows, announced today by the Atlantic Philanthropies.