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Daniel Weishaar Aug 2
Comparing inequality in Germany and the US: although market income inequality developed similarly, policies do make a difference. Considering pensions and benefits (gross income) and taxation (disposable income), the picture changes significantly, says
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Kim Noble Jul 30
What a pleasure to speak with interdisciplinary students of inequality today at
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Michelle Rosenberger Aug 4
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Melanie Nadon Aug 4
Such a wonderful program! Thanks, !
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Rosario Aldunate Aug 8
Thanks to for ... it was an amazing week!
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Dirk vom Lehn Jul 5
. on do you need to have first hand drug-use experience to do Sociological research on drugs?
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Robert Dingwall #FBPE Jul 4
Important presentation by on confused sociological and - especially - psychological thinking about stigma.
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briq institute Jul 9
The 2018 Summer School on Socioeconomic Inequality Bonn jointly organized with has started. A very big welcome to all participants and lecturers!
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Lea Marzo, M.A. Aug 12
Philly it’s been real. Peace.
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Daniel Weishaar Aug 2
putting things into perspective: even low income individuals within the US income distribution are above the median when considering the global income distribution. 50% of the US incomes are even located in the top 10% of the global income distribution.
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Salar Khaleghzadegan Jul 30
: More conversational turns, rather than just an increase in the total number of words spoken by adults or children, associated with greater surface area in left language cortex
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Daniel Weishaar Aug 3
Last day of with insights by on tax policy and inequality: although difficult to implement, economists in theory would like to tax the ability to consume. This includes unrealized capital gains, fringe benefits and imputed rent for homeowners.
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Brent W. Roberts Jul 12
Why do just one workshop when you can do two and the Tübingen Personality Series?
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Lea Marzo, M.A. Aug 9
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Dirk vom Lehn Jul 4
Sadly I missed ’s presentation because my train was several hours delayed :-( but I am here now
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Julia Rohrer Jul 13
Replying to @dingding_peng
Teacher’s gender biases affect later choice of university studies in girls (but not so much in boys)
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Kathryn DelGenio Aug 13
I was nervous for my first conference as a grad student, but and were such invigorating, affirming spaces. Looking forward to the years to come!
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Brent W. Roberts Jul 12
also showing the negative consequences of screen time
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Salar Khaleghzadegan Jul 31
Second day of with : access to data and measurement with randomized trials is key if we hope to address problems in health, education and criminal justice. Evidence is needed to engage stakeholders to advocate for policy change!
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Julia Rohrer Jul 13
Replying to @dingding_peng
Religious Jews in Israel will write BSD (“with the help of heaven”) on their exams—makes it possible to investigate religious bias in grading. But also super interesting in itself!
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