Economic Inequality & the Law eJournal
Editor: Chris Sanchirico
University of Pennsylvania Law School

This eJournal distributes working and accepted paper abstracts concerning the impact of law and policy on socio-economic inequality. Topics covered include, among many others, welfare policy, tax incidence and progressivity, access to credit, intergenerational mobility, the role of inheritance, unionization, access to education and healthcare, public housing, and zoning. Cutting across many varied fields of legal studies, the eJournal is designed to serve a cross-indexing function for legal scholars interested in economic equity issues, with the ultimate objective of stimulating communication, cross-fertilization, and global analysis. The eJournal welcomes a broad range of methodological approaches, including those drawn from sociology, demography, legal doctrinal analysis, economics, philosophy, political science, history, and psychology.

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Editor: Chris Sanchirico
University of Pennsylvania Law School


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