Gender: The Hidden Dimension in the Measurement of Economic Inequality

Petra Sauer (Luxemburg Institute of Socio-economic Research (LISER)/Luxembourg Income Study (LIS) and Research Institute Economics of Inequality (INEQ), Vienna University of Economics and Business), Miriam Rehm (Institute for Socio-economics, University Duisburg-Essen), and Katharina Mader (Institute for Heterodox Economics, Vienna University of Economics and Business)

Economic inequality has taken over an important part of the policy agendas of international institutions and national governments alike. However, the dimension of gender has largely remained hidden in the current debate about, and analysis of, economic inequality. Petra Sauer, Miriam Rehm, and Katharina Mader are taking stock of the discussion and provide some valuable insights for ways forward.

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September 8, 2020 | News