Tag inequality

Why Targeting the Benefits of Social Policies on the Worst-off is Not Efficient

An analysis of the European welfare states. Written by Mathis Porchez In 2017, the Gini coefficient of the European Union (28 countries) was 0,31 while the average of the Nordic countries (Finland, Norway, Denmark and Sweden) was only 0,26. Building on… Continue Reading →

Europe’s stance on gender-based affirmative action

By Amparo Santiago, LLB/International Business undergraduate, editor and writer for the European Student Think Tank In two weeks’ time, Naomi Climer steps in as the first female president of the Institution of Engineering and Technology – the world’s largest multidisciplinary professional… Continue Reading →

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