The Economics of Racial Inequality
Racial inequality refers not only to how citizens are treated within society, but also the access they have to wealth and income. And, while racial inequalities in economics have already come some way, the recent and ongoing Black Lives Matter movement has shone a light on how far there is to go. This program also considers factors such as labour market policies and taxation reform in rectifying economic inequality. Complemented by illustrative graphics and diagrams, this is important viewing for students of Economics.
Production Year: 2021
Duration: 10 min
Series: State of Disruption
Printable Resources: Yes
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