Wealth Inequality: A mixed method analysis of the significance of wealth
Liz is a Leverhulme Trust Scholar based in the Department of Social Policy. Her research focuses on wealth inequality, exploring its interaction with income inequality and poverty, the extent to which people’s position in the wealth hierarchy is static over time and the extent to which this correlates to their income. It also looks at public attitudes towards both wealth inequality and the possible policy responses.
Supervisors: Professor John Hills, Dr Kitty Stewart