Not since the Great Depression of the 1930s, have we seen the level of inequality that is pervasive in our society today. So, why are we so willing...
Jonathan Mijs (he/him)
Dr Jonathan Mijs is a sociologist at London School of Economics and Harvard University, where he earned his Ph.D in 2017. Jonathan’s research describes the beliefs people hold about economic inequality, its causes and political consequences. His research highlights the process through which citizens – especially young citizens – learn about inequality and come to make sense of poverty and wealth.