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  • GPT-3
    Income Inequality → Inequality
    Economic inequality is the most urgent topic related to inequality, as it is the most pervasive and has the most far-reaching effects.
    2023-01-26
  • GPT-3
    Income Inequality → Inequality
    Economic inequality is the most urgent topic related to inequality, as it is the most pervasive and has the most direct impact on people's lives.
    2023-01-26
  • GPT-3
    Income Inequality → Inequality
    Economic inequality is one of the most urgent topics in the world today, as it affects the lives of millions of people.
    2023-01-04
  • GPT-3
    Segregation → Inequality
    Segregation is a form of inequality that creates unequal access to resources and opportunities for certain groups of people.
    2023-01-02
  • GPT-3
    Housing policy → Inequality
    Housing policy has a direct impact on inequality, as it can either create or exacerbate disparities in access to housing and resources.
    2023-01-02
  • GPT-3
    Education → Inequality
    Education can be a powerful tool to reduce inequality by providing individuals with the knowledge and skills to access better opportunities.
    2023-01-02
  • Richard Rothstein
    Housing policy → Inequality
    While African-American incomes are about 60% on average family incomes of white family incomes, African-American wealth is only 5% of white wealth and that enormous disparity between a 60% income ratio and a 5% wealth ratio is almost entirely attributable to unconstitutional federal housing policy practice in the mid 20th century by the federal government. https://www.solvecast.com/articles/detail/39735-our-segregated-and-racist-housing-problem-with-richard-rothstein-author-of-the-color-of-law-2
    2021-10-18
  • Richard Rothstein
    Racism → Inequality
    Middle-class families bought homes in those, uh, federally subsidized subdivisions gained over the next couple of generations. From the appreciation and the value of their homes. They use that to send their children to college. They use it to take care of medical emergency perhaps, or a temporary unemployment. 
 They use it for their own retirements and they use it to for wealth, to their children and grandchildren who then had down payments for their own homes. https://www.solvecast.com/articles/detail/39735-our-segregated-and-racist-housing-problem-with-richard-rothstein-author-of-the-color-of-law-2
    2021-10-18
  • SolveCasters
    Artificial Intelligence → Inequality
    In Amazon's case, it trained the software on ten years of resumes it had collected. Most came from men, and so the software learned that it should focus on finding men for positions. https://www.forbes.com/sites/eriksherman/2018/10/11/ai-is-the-new-face-of-systemic-and-automated-inequality/
    2021-05-20
  • SolveCasters
    Vacant lot → Inequality
    The majority of these vacant lots in the city are concentrated in black and brown communities that have been also happened to be low income. That also are already underserved in respect to high quality public spaces and not have all of these vacant lots that are overgrown and unmaintained that are negatively affecting their quality of life as far as you know, beautification of their community, property values and things like that. And so not only is there an absence of a surplus of green spaces, there's an active element working against even just existing in a beautiful place for which to recreate. And so for us, that's an opportunity to correct. http://www.solvecast.com/articles/detail/23828-land-stewardship-for-lasting-community-health-and-change-with-ariam-ford-executive-director-at-grounded-strategies
    2021-05-17
  • SolveCasters
    Regulation → Inequality
    In other words, all regulations carry costs and benefits that aren’t necessarily equally distributed between the rich and poor. This is true regardless of whether a given regulation is well-intended or part of a rent-seeking effort by lobbyists. https://www.quantgov.org/regulation-and-inequality-blog
    2021-05-10
  • SolveCasters
    Retail → Inequality
    Of course, huge differences between office work and factory work are, well, as old as offices and factories. But the disparity was only amplified by the pandemic. And not just at auto plants. "Retail workers, hospitality workers, front-line workers — those who are traditionally the most vulnerable have suffered the most," says Zara Ingilizian, the head of consumer industries at the World Economic Forum. She says there are ways to address this inequity, from making workplaces safer to giving workers more training and opportunities for career growth. https://www.npr.org/2021/05/06/994274793/a-remote-work-revolution-is-underway-but-not-for-everyone
    2021-05-07
  • SolveCasters
    Covid-19 → Inequality
    We've seen that the COVID-19 epidemic or pandemic has especially affected them some of the most vulnerable populations. So homeless populations and criminal justice populations, especially. And these are also populations that are more predisposed to deal with substance abuse issues. The COVID-19 pandemic has just exacerbated a lot of the underlying conditions of the opioid epidemic. http://www.solvecast.com/articles/detail/15292-opioid-epidemic-tackling-community-decay-and-loneliness-with-sarmed-rashid
    2021-02-02
  • SolveCasters
    Minimum Wage → Inequality
    When we doubled our minimum wage to $70k, we didn't raise fees 1 cent on our small-business customers. How? I slashed my CEO pay, we saved big on costs like turnover/training and our happy employees drove in more business. A higher minimum wage can work without higher prices. https://twitter.com/DanPriceSeattle/status/1351276598306119682?s=20
    2021-01-18
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Virtual reality → Inequality
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Virtual reality → Inequality
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The Desert of the Unreal: Inequality in Virtual and Augmented ...

Virtual reality → Inequality
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The Effects of the Minimum Wage on Earnings Inequality

Minimum Wage → Inequality
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Covid-19 → Inequality
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How Deerfield, Illinois relates to Inequality - SolveCast

Deerfield, Illinois → Inequality
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Why the U.S. Needs a $15 Minimum Wage

Minimum Wage → Inequality
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The Emerging Connections Between Income Distribution and ...

Regulation → Inequality
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A decade of research on the rich-poor divide in education

Education → Inequality
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The Regulatory Roots of Inequality in the U.S. - LPE Project

Regulation → Inequality
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Housing and wealth inequality: A story of policy trade-offs

Housing policy → Inequality
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Inequality: Fiscal Policy Can Make the Difference

Government policy → Inequality
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Income inequality and opioid prescribing rates - NCBI - NIH

Opioid Epidemic → Inequality
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Black Lives Matter Protests Are Shaping How People ...

Black Lives Matter → Inequality
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Big Government Policies that Hurt the Poor and How to ...

Government policy → Inequality
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Temperature, Workplace Safety, and Labor Market Inequality

Workplace safety → Inequality
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Policy Considerations on Housing, Wealth, and Inequality - jstor

Housing policy → Inequality
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Educational inequality - Wikipedia

Education → Inequality
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NAACP | Leading the Fight to End Racial Inequality

Black Lives Matter → Inequality
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