Keynote lecture: Economic inequality and the family policy research agenda: what role(s) for LIS?

The keynote lecture of the workshop was delivered by Rense Nieuwenhuis (Stockholm University). In this video, Rense Nieuwenhuis presented a research agenda for incorporating family policy (and a perspective on family diversity) into analyses of vertical economic inequality. This agenda is based on the following questions (1.) Who uses family policy?, (2.) to What income effect?, and (3.) with Whom do they live? He also reflected on what is needed to realize this agenda empirically and assessed what role(s) the LIS database can play to achieve this.

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Posted on February 9, 2022

February 9, 2022 |