Seminar 5: Inequality, Wages and Finance (29th November 2016, Open University London)

Seminar 5: Inequality, Wages and Finance

Seminar 5 in the series was held at the Open University (London) on Tuesday 29th November 2016.

Seminar 5: Inequality, Wages and Finance 

14:00-16:00 Nadia Garbellini (University of Bergamo) Inequality in the XXI century: A critical analysis of Piketty’s work

 

Engelbert Stockhammer (Kingston University) Determinants of the Wage Share: A Panel Analysis of Advanced and Developing Countries

16:00-16:15 Coffee Break

 

16:15-18.15 Sarah Marie Hall (University of Manchester) Everyday Austerity: Family Life, Finance, and Facing Multiple Front

 

Jonathan Perraton University of Sheffield) Inequality, Debt and Consumption – Evidence from European Economies       

18:15-18.30 Closing Summary

Andrew Trigg (Open University)

 

Pictures from the seminar:

Nadia Garbellini begins her paper to start the 5th seminar

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Engelbert Stockhammer introduces his paper on the determinants of the declining labour wage share

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Sarah Hall discussed the impact of austerity using an ethnographic approach

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Jonathan Perraton outlines ranging evidence from Europe and the US regarding the relationship between debt, consumption and inequality.

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