Researching Inequality: Approaches and methods

Rajendra Baikady (Editor), Jarosław Przeperski (Editor), Simon Hayhoe (Editor)

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This volume explores different approaches and methods of conducting research related to different forms of inequality and its impact on different population groups in different regions and regimes. While doing so this volume brings out contemporary development in inequality research from the best possible research labs in the world that can help the policymakers and the administration in many countries in devising different affirmative actions in mitigating inequality and its impact. Contributions in this volume will try to understand what interventions might promote opportunity and reduce adversity through different life stages and promote social inclusion between and across generations. Chapters in this volume will focus on (1) Contemporary debates on methods and approaches in inequality research; (2) examine the research gap in different parts of the world; (3) new methods and approaches in researching the impact of inequality on different population groups such as youth, women, children, disabled, elderly, and other marginalized sections; (4) providing comparative understanding on inequality research in different parts of the world; (5) examining the effectiveness of welfare provisions in different countries across the globe and (6) bringing a better understanding on different forms of inequality in different societies.
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationNew York
PublisherSpringer New York
Publication statusAcceptance date - 4 Nov 2021

Publication series

NameMajor Reference Work Series
PublisherSpringer Nature


  • Social Science
  • Social Work
  • Research
  • inequality
  • inequalities
  • Inclusion


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