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Angus Foulis
Saleem Bahaj
Stone Centre
Phil Thornton
James Baggaley
Xavier Jaravel
Richard Blundell
Parama Chaudhury
Dani Rodrik
Alan Olivi
Vincent Sterk
Davide Melcangi
Enrico Miglino
Fabian Kosse
Daniel Wilhelm
Azeem M. Shaikh
Joseph Romano
Magne Mogstad
Suresh Naidu
Ilyana Kuziemko
Daniel Herbst
Henry Farber
Lisa Windsteiger
Ruben Durante
Mathias Dolls
Cevat Giray Aksoy
Angel Sánchez
Penélope Hernández
Antonio Cabrales
Wendy Carlin
Suphanit Piyapromdee
Garud Iyengar
Willemien Kets
Rajiv Sethi
Ralph Luetticke
Benjamin Born
Amy Bogaard
Mattia Fochesato
Samuel Bowles
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Thomas Piketty explains his work of collecting long-run data on the distribution of wealth.

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CORE
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Video

CORE’s free online course introducing learners to economic, health, and education inequality.

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CORE
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Online course

Arin Dube describes his study that found that, on average, raising the minimum wage increased the income of poor workers.

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CORE
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Video

This is an interactive simulation of how a virus spreads and its effects on the economy.

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CORE
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Interactive tool

A LabXchange learning experience introducing students to trends in inequality and related policies.

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CORE
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Online course

This CORE Insight introduces the meaning, measurement, and implications of economic inequality.

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CORE
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ebook

Investing in the early years of disadvantaged children’s lives is both fair and efficient.

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CORE
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Video

From CORE's textbook, The Economy, Unit 5.

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CORE
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ebook

From CORE's textbook, The Economy, Unit 17.

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CORE
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ebook

Empirical project from CORE's Doing Economics, which teaches students several data-handling skills.

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CORE
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Data exercise

Lisa Cook explains what promotes or kills innovation.

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CORE
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Video

CORE Skyscrapers are interactive, 3-D visualisations of the distribution of global income and wealth.

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CORE
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Interactive tool

From CORE's textbook, The Economy, Unit 19.

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CORE
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ebook

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