Richard Wilkinson and Kate Pickett follow up their seminal work The Spirit Level with new insights into how inequality impacts us as individuals.
Journalist and writer Lynsey Hanley explores why class is still so central to the experience of living in Britain today.
Science journalist Helen Pearson reveals insights from the five birth cohort studies begun in 1940s Britain, that form the basis of how we understand inequality and health today.
Robert Putnam explores the cultural and economic factors that are contributing to the persistence of inequality, and asks: what can be done to address the widening ‘opportunity gap’.
David Graeber, anthropologist and leading figure in the Occupy movement, visits the RSA to consider what it would take to build a flourishing, sustainable and just future economy.
Leading social geographer Danny Dorling unpacks the latest research into how the lives and ideas of the 1 percent impact the remaining 99%.
Gregory Clark is professor of economics, University of California, Davis
Douglas Alexander MP is UK Shadow Foreign Secretary.
Peter Hennessy is one of the UK’s leading contemporary historians.
Angus Deaton is Dwight D. Eisenhower professor of Economics and International Affairs
Sorry, your search produced no results.
Watch videos from our award-winning RSA Animates and RSA Shorts animation series.
Explore inspiring ideas at the RSA.