School Member Lecture, 22 September 2015
Danny's talk considers the geographical evidence which suggests that social inequalities are high in some countries rather than others because of particular traditions and political outcomes. It considers in particular why different countries in the affluent world have come to have developed very different transport systems, schooling systems and housing systems.
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