Only a long-term perspective and reliable empirical research let us understand how our world is changing. Our World In Data, created by Max Roser, a James Martin Fellow researching income inequality and inclusive growth at the Institute for New Economic Thinking, Oxford Martin School, visualises long-term data to tell the history of the world that we live in, looking at long-term economic, social and environmental trends.
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