Leading Economists Agree: Closing borders is not the answer to inequality – The Conversation

Extract from an article by Ashwini Deshpande, Professor, Department of Economics,, University of Delhi … the experience of the past three decades of globalisation has produced massive dissatisfaction: so much that naïve, misplaced and often frightening measures are seen as genuine solutions by large parts of the electorate in the richest nations of the world. Rising inequality, … [Read More] Leading Economists Agree: Closing borders is not the answer to inequality – The Conversation

Young People’s Well-being and the Economic crisis: How does parental unemployment and family wealth affect the downturn experience? – Children and Youth Services Review

Highlights Youth life satisfaction is negatively associated with perceived negative repercussions of the economic recession. There is a positive association between parental unemployment and repercussions of the economic recession. A negative association with perceived family wealth and the perception of repercussions of the recession. ABSTRACT Background: Portugal is among the European countries most severely hit by … [Read More] Young People’s Well-being and the Economic crisis: How does parental unemployment and family wealth affect the downturn experience? – Children and Youth Services Review

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