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Inequalities in covid-19 inequalities research: Who had the capacity to respond?

Did inequality exist in the research into the inequalities of covid-19? We analyse it in this comparative study focusing on research production, distribution and collaborations between countries.

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Capital income and income inequality in Spain, 1980-2020

Why does Spain present income inequality levels higher than the European average? Differences in income between age groups and the concentration of capital among the richest groups are some of the causes.

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Moving in and out of in-work poverty in Spain

Having a job is no longer sufficient for escaping poverty. Many households, especially with children, are experiencing in-work poverty associated with low wages or periods of inactivity.

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Poverty risk among working-age people in Spain

The risk of poverty among the working-age population increased by 20% during the Great Recession. What role is played by social transfers?

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Social welfare systems and inequality in Europe

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Percentage of people who view themselves as above their parents or grandparents on the social ladder

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Some 29% of Spaniards have a social position above that of their parents, and over 40% believe they have risen above their grandparents on the social ladder.