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    Social Structure, Markets and Inequality

    The interaction between social structure and markets remains a central theme in the social sciences. In some instances, markets can build on and enhance social networks’ economic role; in other contexts, markets appear to be in direct competition with social networks. The impact of markets on inequality and welfare is also varying: while markets can sometimes offer valuable outside options to marginalised individuals, in other situations only well connected and better off individuals can benefit from them. Read more

    The Push and Pull of Inequality and Identity

    Professor Dutt discusses how group identity is key to addressing inequality and how inequality can disrupt group identity. Watch the video