The Inequality Crisis: The facts and what we can do about it (Paperback)Roger Brown (author)
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Publisher: Policy Press
Number of pages: 304
Dimensions: 216 x 148 mm
"Roger Brown doesn't just give us a lucid and comprehensive explanation of inequality in Britain: he wants action and advances policy recommendations that deserve to be chewed over, right, left and centre." David Walker, The Guardian
"Roger Brown's book adds to our understanding of the extent of wealth and income inequalities in the UK, and of the ways in which they are increasing; and, sadly, it adds to our understanding of the UK government's promises to act on the problem, and of its failure to do so. This book is significant both for its broad canvas and for the level of details it contains." Citizen's Income
"An authoritative and up-to-date account of the drivers of economic inequality in the UK." Danny Dorling, University of Oxford
"Indispensable. All you need to know about the inequality crisis - causes, consequences and controversies - in one place." Stewart Lansley, author of A Sharing Economy and Breadline Britain
"A short, necessary and powerful book which demonstrates how inequality causes significant and avoidable injuries, but is also bound up with widely held virtues. Roger Brown calls for the language and means for the virtuous reduction of harms." John Holmwood, University of Nottingham
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