Inequality and…? Lecture Series: Inequality and Corruption

As part of the lecture series ‘Inequality and…?’, a lecture on the topic ‘Inequality and Curruption’ will be held at the European Investment Bank (EIB) on Wednesday, 3 October 2018. Main coordinators of this lecture series are FNR PEARL Chairs Professors Conchita D’Ambrosio and Louis Chauvel. 


Dr. Nastassia Leszczynska Université libre de Bruxelles

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Time and location

Wednesday, 3 October, 13:00

European Investment Bank
98-100, Bd Konrad Adenauer, Luxembourg

Registration (free) is required 

About the ‘Inequality and…?’ lecture series

PEARL Chairs Proffessors Louis Chauvel and Conchita D’Ambrosio have established the lecture series in collaboration with the Chambre des Salariés, CREA, the Economists Club of Luxembourg, the European Investment Bank Institute (EIB Institute), the European Commission, LIS, LISER, STATEC and the FNR (through it’s RESCOM programme).

The unifying thread of the lectures is the concept of inequality, that is, differences in the distribution of some attributes, such as income and wealth, among the population. Each lecture tackles the links between these differences and a central social phenomenon. Each lecture is a source of inspiration for an audience with different levels of expertise, ranging from a general educational level through BAs in social sciences to accomplished researchers.

Find out more about upcoming lectures in this series

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