Meet the Stone Centre Postdocs
Stone Centre Postdoctoral Fellows Tatiana Mocanu and Riccardo Cioffi introduce themselves, the research they do, and their plans for the future. They joined the Stone Centre in late summer 2022 for one year.
Recording of the launch of the Stone Centre at UCL
The Stone Centre at UCL launched on 26 May 2022, with notable guest speakers including Nobel prizes Angus Deaton and James Heckman. The recording is now available.
Excerpts from the Stone Centre launch
A collection of excerpts from the launch of the Stone Centre at UCL, with speakers including Imran Rasul, Wendy Carlin, James Heckman, Arin Dube, John Van Reenen and Janet Gornick.
The Stone Centre at UCL: Pioneering Research on Wealth Inequality
Suraj Sridhar and Shivam Gujral from the UCL Department of Economics report on the launch of the Stone Centre at UCL from a student perspective. The launch saw contributions from James Heckman, Angus Deaton, Wendy Carlin, Imran Rasul, Janet Gornick, Arin Dube, John Van Reenen and Jim Stone.
The Stone Centre awards prize for undergraduate research on inequality to Gaurav Khatri
On 8 June 2022 the Stone Centre awarded a prize to Gaurav Khatri for outstanding research on inequality. Read more about the prize and Gaurav's brilliant paper.
The Stone Centre launches in London with new insights into economic inequality, mobility and wealth concentration
The James M. and Cathleen D. Stone Centre on Wealth Concentration, Inequality and the Economy launched on 26 May with two Nobel prize winning economists, James Heckman and Sir Angus Deaton, leading an impressive line up of speakers highlighting recent research on inequality.
Stone Centre brings us together to meet today's challenge of inequality
James Baggaley reports on the Stone Centre workshop held in February 2022, during which researchers at the UCL Department of Economics gathered to share their research on inequality, alongside unanswered questions on it.
Stone Centre in the RES newsletter
Phil Thornton talks about the new Stone Centre established at the Department of Economics at University College London, and how it will help CORE to promote economics teaching addressing current societal issues.