Webinar: Intergenerational Transfers, Wealth and Gender in Britain

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     Brian Nolan juan palomino

Intergenerational Transfers, Wealth and Gender in Britain

Tuesday 25 May 2021
12:30pm to 1:30pm BST


 Speakers: Professor Brian Nolan (Professor of Social Policy, Department of Social Policy and Intervention, University of Oxford) and Dr Juan Palomino (Research Officer, Department of Social Policy and Intervention, University of Oxford)
Chair: Professor Francisco Ferreira (Amartya Sen Professor of Inequality Studies and LSE III Director)

This talk will investigate the impact of intergenerational wealth transfers on wealth levels and inequality, exploiting rich household survey data. It will analyse patterns of intergenerational transfer receipt by gender, and assesses the extent to which differences in the scale and nature of these receipts contribute to the gender wealth gap. 

This online public event is free and open to all.

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Brian Nolan is Professor of Social Policy at the Department of Social Policy and Intervention; Director of INET’s Employment, Equity and Growth Programme; and Senior Research Fellow at Nuffield College at the University of Oxford. Find out more here.

Juan César Palomino (@J_C_Palomino) is a Research Officer at the Department of Social Policy and Intervention and the Institute for New Economic Thinking (INET) at the University of Oxford. As part of the Employment, Equity and Growth team, he works on wealth inequality and intergenerational transmission of wealth patterns. Find out more here.

Francisco Ferreira (@fhgferreira) is the Amartya Sen Professor of Inequality Studies and Director of the III. He is also affiliated with the Department of Social Policy at LSE. Find out more here.

The International Inequalities Institute (@LSEInequalities) at LSE brings together experts from many LSE departments and centres to lead cutting-edge research focused on understanding why inequalities are escalating in numerous arenas across the world, and to develop critical tools to address these challenges. Find out more here.

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