INQ is a group of undergraduates and graduate students, aiming to understand the inequality issue in Korea. We read and discuss recent researches that approach inequality from multiple angles. In this page, we would like to introduce the articles we've read, and share ideas.

Is There Hope without Parental Support?
Recent Studies

Is There Hope without Parental Support?

A Study on Social Mobility across Generations and Inequality of Opportunity Choi, Pil Sun & In Sik Min. 2015. The...
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How Are Lives of Korean Youth Stratified?
Recent Studies

How Are Lives of Korean Youth Stratified?

Unequal Pathways to Adulthood: Inequality in Labor Market and Family Formation Opportunities of Young Adults in Korea Kim, Young-mi. 2016....
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What Marriage and Family Mean in Korea?
Recent Studies

What Marriage and Family Mean in Korea?

The Prospect and Meaning of Marriage among Unmarried Women in Korea: Heterogeneity across Educational Attainment Groups Lee, Jae Kyung &...
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Birth Rate Crisis and Working Mothers
Recent Studies

Birth Rate Crisis and Working Mothers

Policy Alternatives for Improving Labor Rights of Women: A Holistic Response to Wollstonecraft Dilemma Journal of Korean Women’s Studies. Lee...
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