About this book series

Traditionally, economists have identified well-being with market command over goods rather than with the "state" of a person. The books in this series go precisely beyond the traditional concepts of consumption, income or wealth and offer a broad, inclusive view of inequality and well-being. Topics include, but are not limited to: Capabilities and Inequalities, Discrimination and Segregation in the Labour Market, Equality of Opportunities, Globalization and Inequality, Human Development and the Quality of Life, Income and Social Mobility, Inequality and Development, Inequality and Happiness, Inequality and Malnutrition, Income and Social Mobility, Inequality in Consumption and Time Use, Inequalities in Health and Education, Multidimensional Inequality and Poverty Measurement, Polarization, Poverty among Children and Elderly People, Social Policy and the Welfare State, and Wealth Distribution.

Electronic ISSN
2364-1088
Print ISSN
2364-107X
Series Editor
  • Jacques Silber

Book titles in this series

Abstracted and indexed in

  1. Research Papers in Economics (RePEc)
  2. SCImago
  3. SCOPUS