In recent years, the topic of contextual inequality has received much attention around the world. This concept refers to the distribution of or access to resources and opportunities. Substantial differences in inequality have possible consequences for individuals and societies. For example, inequality could damage social relationships and lead people to be less caring towards one another. However, this phenomenon is rarely studied empirically. Marii Paskov explores the role of contextual inequality for self-regarding and other-regarding attitudes.
M. Paškov, Self-Regarding and Other-Regarding Attitudes: The Role of Contextual Inequality.
Prof. H.G. van de Werfhorst
Dr K. Gërxhani
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