CASE book launch and debate
Date: Monday 3 October 2011
Venue: New Theatre, East Building
Speaker: Professor Stephen Jenkins
Respondents: Professor Simon Burgess, Professor John Hills
Chair: Professor Mike Brewer
Stephen Jenkins launches his book, Changing Fortunes: income mobility and poverty dynamics in Britain, a comprehensive and original study of how people's incomes change between one year and the next.
Stephen Jenkins is professor of economic and social policy at LSE.
John Hills is professor of social policy and director of the Centre for the Analysis of Social Exclusion (CASE) at LSE.
Simon Burgess is professor of economics and director of the Centre for Market and
Public Organisation (CMPO), University of Bristol.
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This event is supported by the ESRC Research Centre on Micro Social Change at
ISER, University of Essex.
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