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The International Panel on Social Progress is uniting the world’s leading researchers, sociologists, and economists in a single effort: Developing research-based, multi-disciplinary, non-partisan, action-driven solutions to the most pressing challenges of our time.
On June 16, 2016, Marius Busemeyer presented the chapter on „How education promote social progress“ at a Symposium sponsored by the OECD entitled „From Inclusion and Equity in Education to Social and Economic Prosperity“. The Symposium brought together current and...read more
This is an abridged version of Section 2.6 (Populism: A challenge from within) of Chapter 14. Populism remains a deeply contested term, often used merely to brand and accuse actual political movements or leaders. However, recent events in Europe and the United States...read more
This video explains what IPSP is trying to achieve and how you can contribute by sharing your ideas and commenting on the first draft of the report. IPSP Newsletter Join our mailing list to receive the latest news and updates about the International Panel on Social...read more
Marc Fleurbaey (Steering Committee) explores the perspectives on inequality that emerge from the IPSP draft report as a whole.
IPSP author Johan Schot (Ch. 1 & 22) discusses the cross-cutting role of Science & Technology Studies (STS) in the study of social progress.
The Consortium of Social Science Associations (COSSA) announces the IPSP and invites members to read the report and comment on it.
IPSP authors Nick Couldry and Clemencia Rodríguez (Ch. 13) discuss the complicated relationship between media access, inequality, and social progress.