An anatomy of economic inequality in the UK
Report of the National Equality Panel – January 2010
Centre for Analysis of Social Exclusion
of Economics and Political Science London School
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“…..The National Equality Panel was set up to document the relationships between inequalities in people’s economic outcomes – such as earnings, incomes and wealth – and their characteristics and circumstances – such as gender, age or ethnicity. How does who you are affect the resources and opportunities available to you?
We map out in detail what these relationships look like in a way never done before. In this summary we bring together the key findings from our main report, and the challenges they create for the development of policy. There are several over-arching themes:
• Inequalities in earnings and incomes are high in
• Some of the widest gaps in outcomes between social groups have narrowed in the last decade, particularly between the earnings of women and men, and in the educational qualifications of different ethnic groups.
• However, there remain deep-seated and systematic differences in economic outcomes between social groups across all of the dimensions we have examined – including between men and women, between different ethnic groups, between social class groups, between those living in disadvantaged and other areas, and between London and other parts of the country………….”
• Overall inequalities
• The position of different groups
• (a) Gender
• (b) Age
• (c) Ethnicity and religious affiliation
• (d) Disability status
• (e) Sexual orientation
• (f) Occupational social class
• (g) The impact of social background
• (h) Housing tenure
• (i) Nation and region
• (j) Area deprivation
• Challenges for policy
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