'Attenuation and reinforcement mechanisms of income and health inequalities' with Prof Matteo Richiardi

Past Event

15 June 2023, 2:00pm - 3:00pm

Online & Manor Road Building
Manor Road, Oxford, OX1 3UQ

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In the paper the authors, Patryk Bronka, Matteo Richiardi and Justin van de Ven, analyse the complex dynamic feedback effects between three life domains – work, health, and family – and the associated implications for inequality of income measured over alternative time periods.

Using a rich dynamic microsimulation model of individual life course trajectories parameterised to the UK context, they provide a quantification of the feedback effects, and analyse their impact on income and inequalities over different time horizons. Come and join author, Matteo Richiardi, as he talks about the findings of the paper.

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Richiardi Matteo

Dr Matteo Richiardi
Director, Centre for Microsimulation and Policy Analysi

Matteo Richiardi is the Director, Centre for Microsimulation and Policy Analysis, and Professor of Economics at the University of Essex. Professor Richiardi was previously a Senior Research Officer within the Employment, Equity & Growth Programme at the Institute for New Economic Thinking at the Oxford Martin School, University of Oxford, and before that he was at the University of Torino in Italy.

He has also worked as a consultant on labour market and social protection policies for the World Bank and national government agencies, and is the Chief Editor of the International Journal of Microsimulation.