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Links round-up

Hi all, I’m struggling for a good intro today. I normally talk about sports, but the NBA’s broken for the All-Star weekend (in which my happiness will only be complete if Joel Embiid dunks Russell Westbrook’s soul out of his … Continue reading

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Female condoms – a technology for women with low bargaining power?

Condoms are the only well-established technology that protect against sexually transmitted infections (STIs). Yet in 2015 alone, an estimated 3.3 billion risky sex acts took place without condoms in Sub-Saharan Africa, leading to 910,000 new HIV infections (UNAIDS, 2016a). Women … Continue reading

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The technological foundations of income inequality: a demand side perspective

Guest Author: Andreas Chai, Griffith University contact: a.chai@griffith.edu.au How has technological progress impacted income inequality? The usual answer is that technological progress fosters greater income inequality via changes on the supply side. Technological progress will drive up inequality because of … Continue reading

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