World Lab Inequality

Empowering civil society, reinforcing democracy. Powered with data.

The World Inequality Lab gathers social scientists committed to helping everyone understand the drivers of inequality worldwide through evidence-based research.

Projects

WORLD INEQUALITY DATABASE

Visit the widest open source database for global inequality data

Start

Climate inequality report 2023

Find the latest data and analysis on climate inequalities worldwide

Read

WORLD INEQUALITY REPORT 2022

Find the latest data and analysis on global inequalities worldwide

Read

Elections and social inequalities in France, 1789-2022

How are votes and wealth distributed across the country and over time? Explore the maps and the data from the book

Explore

POLITICAL CLEAVAGES AND SOCIAL INEQUALITIES

Who votes for whom? Explore the socioeconomic indicators of support for political parties.

EXPLORE

REDUCING INEQUALITY IN EUROPE

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Explore concrete proposals to promote fiscal federalism and redistribution in Europe

Read the manifesto

GLOBAL TAXATION OF CAPITAL AND LABOR

Global Taxation of Capital and Labor

How has globalization affected the taxation of labor and capital incomes?

SEE

REALTIME INEQUALITY

RealTimeInequality

Who Benefits from Income and Wealth Growth in the United States?

Discover

Media

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February

El País

“How did Mexico reduce economic inequality?” with mention of WID

13
February

Le Monde

“Peasants, the most unequal of professions”, Thomas Piketty’s op-ed

12
February

The Jakarta Post

“Addressing economic inequality” op-ed with mention of 2022 WIR

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Website created in 2021 by the agency Adrenaline, with the collaboration of:

Project management and web design: Pauline Bouaud, Mathieu Vicard and Anthony Wieczorek

Development and integration: Aurélien Binauld, Thibaut Watteau and Benjamin Grillet (AliquidStudio)

Coordination: Lucas Chancel and Olivia Ronsain