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A LabXchange learning experience introducing students to trends in inequality and related policies.
Lisa Cook explains what promotes or kills innovation.
From CORE Econ's textbook, The Economy, Unit 19.
From CORE Econ's textbook, The Economy, Unit 17.
CORE Econ’s free online course introducing learners to economic, health, and education inequality.
Investing in the early years of disadvantaged children’s lives is both fair and efficient.
From CORE Econ's textbook, The Economy, Unit 5.
This CORE Insight introduces the meaning, measurement, and implications of economic inequality.
Arin Dube describes his study that found that, on average, raising the minimum wage increased the income of poor workers.
CORE Econ Skyscrapers are interactive, 3-D visualisations of the distribution of global income and wealth.
This is an interactive simulation of how a virus spreads and its effects on the economy.
Thomas Piketty explains his work of collecting long-run data on the distribution of wealth.
Empirical project from CORE Econ's Doing Economics, which teaches students several data-handling skills.
Focusing primarily on the inequality between Black and White Americans, this CORE Insight explores the mechanisms which have caused and perpetuated that inequality, and what might be required to end it.