Our selection of the week focuses on inequality…

Climate change impacts the fight against inequalities Interview
Climate change impacts the fight against inequalities

The issue of the fight against climate change is not sufficiently correlated with the economic reality. For Céline Guivarch, economist at CIRED, the fight against climate change is linked to the fight against inequalities.

South Africa: "Inequalities hinder economic growth" Interview
South Africa: "Inequalities hinder economic growth"

An interview with Murray Leibbrandt, Professor at the School of Economics of the University of Cape Town and Director of the South African Labour and Development Research Unit.

Could tax policies designed to mitigate inequalities ultimately increase poverty? Interview
Could tax policies designed to mitigate inequalities ultimately increase poverty?

Financing social policies through taxes may ultimately generate poverty. Nora Lustig, an Argentinian economist, explains this fiscal paradox.

Cécile Duflot: "There is nothing inevitable about inequality" Interview
Cécile Duflot: "There is nothing inevitable about inequality"

Since 2015, despite the adoption of the SDGs, including n°10 on inequality, inequalities are increasing. Cécile Duflot takes a look at the dynamics of wealth distribution in both emerging and developing countries and in rich countries.

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