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Tens of millions of already-vulnerable households face poverty and hunger, study warns
The development of city-regions should not be at London’s expense
Policymakers need to take more action to tackle rising risk that short-term problems will become embedded
Poor workers and nations suffer but rising markets boost the rich
Everyone loses from the growth of a precariat in rich economies
This time, outside of Zone 1.
The rich can mitigate the effects of a crisis but cannot escape them entirely. If household assets do not stand on firm economic foundations they will crumble
Unlike Black Death, coronavirus has widened divisions, hurting low skilled, women and the young more than others
On social media, the wealthy may be the only group you won’t be flamed for hating. But why is this? And is it acceptable?
Coronavirus does not act alone but with co-morbidities such as obesity and diabetes
Many ‘new poor’ will be in urban areas and relatively well-educated, says report
As curbs on socialising return, we need to examine the link between isolation and the politics of intolerance
The pandemic highlights how inequality ultimately harms the well-being of the wealthy as well as the disadvantaged
Beijing has focused more on helping businesses than workers
Taxing the scions of rich families would still leave them better off than most — and save them from decadent pariahdom
Governments should demand improved working conditions in sectors that are growing
The pandemic is not ‘the great equaliser’ it was thought to be at the beginning of the coronavirus crisis
Disparity hinders our understanding of why Bame communities suffer more from Covid-19
Covid-19 could transform western societies. But without a stable middle class, the state risks succumbing to plutocracy.
Virus pushes millions into hardship in economies which had sharply cut poverty
International Labour Organization says women are at greater risk of losing their jobs
Pandemic set to plunge over 50m people back into hardship, World Bank official says
The coronavirus pandemic will tip more people into poverty
Black Lives Matter protests offer a rare opportunity to address a chronic problem
Monetary policy should look at the margins, not just the aggregate economy