- D1: Inequalities in the XXI Century
- D2: Inequalities and Public Policy
- D3: Urban Inequalities
- D4: Inequalities, Social Ties and Subjectivity
- D5: Inequalities and Culture
- D6: Political Inequalities in Democratic Societies
- D7: Inequalities in Latin America
We aim to receive papers and proposals that explore theoretically and empirically the role of contemporary phenomena such as technological change, globalization, immigration, risk and environmental pressures in defining inequalities and accumulation processes in contemporary societies. We welcome work studying the current nature of inequalities based on social class gender, race, migration and intersectionality and normative aspects of inequality.
We aim to receive papers and proposals that measure inequalities and/or evaluate the impact of public policies on inequalities in income and wealth, health, education, housing and urban amenities, social insurance, and the quality of employment, and other dimensions.
We aim to receive papers and proposals that explore the relationship between different dimensions of inequality and urban segregation, gentrification, territorial belonging, urban heritage, urban and socio-environmental conflicts, sociability and intercultural life in neighbourhoods, immigration and decentralization policies.
We aim to receive papers and proposals that study how inequalities between individuals and groups are related to perceptions, attitudes and beliefs.
We aim to receive papers and proposals that study the interconnection between structural and cultural inequalities.
We aim to receive papers and proposals that analyze political inequalities between citizens -including differences in political participation and civic engagement- and political inequalities between individuals and groups in the political field, where competition and policy making is influenced by differences in economic, cultural and social resources.
We aim to receive papers and proposals that study different dimensions of inequality in the Latin America.