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The social sciences in Australia heve been vey active in decribing, measuring, debating and seeking to understand inequality. This essay assesses how the social sciences have gone abour this research task, thier main conclusions and what we still do not know.
There have been rising levels of inequality in the earnings distribution in some OECD countries (principally the English-speaking ones) together with stubbornly higher levels of unemployment in many others. Australia has shared in the rise in earnings inequality, but not to the degree that the...
Network models are widely used to represent relations between interacting units or actors. Network data often exhibit transitivity, meaning that two actors that have ties to a third actor are more likely to be tied than actors that do not, homophily by attributes of the actors or dyads, and...
The article argues that smaller businesses are mostly sidelined from the current debate about corporate governance. As a result they are less scrutinized than their larger corporate counterparts. They are afforded exceptionalist ‘special case’ status and are specially promoted through state...