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Counting the cost of inequality
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Andrew Leigh is the Shadow Assistant Treasurer. 'Counting the Cost of Ineqality' is his 'Just Ideas' Talk #1 at the University of Sydney on Friday 18 November 2016.
1. See eg Andrew Leigh, ‘Battlers and Billionaires: Australian Egalitarianism Under Threat’, National Press Club, Canberra, 27 March 2014; Andrew Leigh, ‘Fair gone? How governments can guard against growing inequality’, ANZSOG/VPSC Victoria Lecture Series, Melbourne, 19 February 2015; Andrew Leigh, ‘Why should we care about inequality?’, The 2015 Economic and Social Policy Public Lecture, University of Wollongong, 21 May 2015; Andrew Leigh, ‘Markets, monopolies and moguls: the relationship between inequality and competition’, John Freebairn lecture in public policy, University of Melbourne, 19 May 2016.
2. David Batty, ‘Superyachts and bragging rights: why the super-rich love their ‘floating homes’’, The Guardian, 10 October 2016
3. Nelson Schwartz, ‘In An Age of Privilege, Not Everyone is in the Same Boat’, New York Times, 24 April 2016.
4. Piff, P.K., Stancato, D.M., Côté, S., Mendoza-Denton, R. and Keltner, D., 2012. Higher social class predicts increased unethical behavior. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 109(11), pp.4086-4091.
5. Piff, P.K., 2014. Wealth and the inflated self class, entitlement, and narcissism. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 40(1), pp.34-43.
6. Cardel, M.I., Johnson, S.L., Beck, J., Dhurandhar, E., Keita, A.D., Tomczik, A.C., Pavela, G., Huo, T., Janicke, D.M., Muller, K. and Piff, P.K., 2016. The effects of experimentally manipulated social status on acute eating behavior: A randomized, crossover pilot study. Physiology & behavior, 162, pp.93-101.
7. Thomas Edsall, ‘How the Other Fifth Lives’, New York Times, 27 April 2016.