“The Roots of Income Inequality” – Jonathan Rothwell, Principal Economist at Gallup, Inc.
March 12, 2020 @ 12:00 pm – 1:30 pm
Jonathan Rothwell will be speaking on the findings from Gallup’s recent job quality survey as well as his new book on inequality.
Jonathan Rothwell is Gallup’s Principal Economist, where he researches and publishes on a broad range of social science topics and advises Gallup clients and associates on research questions and analytics, particularly in the areas of higher education, job quality, the effects of trade and technology on the labor market, and entrepreneurship. He occasionally contributes to the New York Times’s Upshot column and is host of the Gallup-Knight Foundation podcast Out of the Echo Chamber, about the relationship between news media and democracy. He is author of the book A Republic of Equals: A Manifesto for a Just Society, which was published by Princeton University Press in November 2019. He is also a visiting scholar at the George Washington Institute of Public Policy. (Read more here)
This event was scheduled originally for March 5 but will take place on March 12.
Note: Registration is open through Thursday, 03-12-20, at 9am, but walk-ins are welcome dependent upon space availability.
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Closest metro: Gallery Place-Chinatown
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