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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.
A few months ago, IPSP authors Nancy Ammerman and Grace Davie issued a wide-ranging call for comments on the first draft of the IPSP report. As the Coordinating Lead Authors of Chapter 16, entitled "Religions and Social Progress," they invited the community of...read more
We regretfully announce the death of Sir Anthony Atkinson, member of our Honorary Advisory Board. His work on inequalities, poverty and many dimensions of public policy has had considerable impact and will remain a reference. His encouragements to the work of IPSP...read more
IPSP authors Andreas Peichl (Ch. 3) and Werner Eichhorst (Ch. 7) will present their work at seminar with the Institute of Labor Economics (IZA).read more
IPSP Steering Committee members Marc Fleurbaey and Olivier Bouin are highlighted in Courrier des Maires, a French magazine for mayors and local elected officials.
The Research Committee on the Sociology of Religion (RC22) of the International Sociological Association invites comments on the IPSP draft report.
IPSP member Marc Fleurbaey (Steering Committee) analyzes the recent rise and the potential dangers of populism, building on Chapter 14 of the IPSP report.
IPSP authors Nick Couldry and Clemencia Rodriguez (Chapter 13) explore some of the challenges to creating equal media access around the world.