On June 18, Markus Gangl will give a presentation at the OSC Scientific Seminar at the Sciences Po’s Observatoire Sociologique de Changement in Paris. Under the heading “A New Old Macroeconomics of Social Cohesion: Rising Prosperity Still Trumps Rising Inequality, at Least for Many”, Markus Gangl will present new findings from the POLAR project to examine the relationships between rising inequality, increasing prosperity and social trust in 32 affluent countries.
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I am a professor of sociology at the Goethe University Frankfurt in Germany, where I lead the research group on Social Stratification and Public Policy at its Institute of Sociology. My areas of expertise are economic inequality, labor markets, social mobility, life courses, unemployment, poverty, women's careers, public policy, and quantitative approaches to social research in general. I am also the current editor of the European Sociological Review, one of the leading academic journals of our discipline. View more posts