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.

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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Does increase in debt exacerbate inequality
Recent Studies

Does increase in debt exacerbate inequality

The Influence of Households’ Financial Debts on Income Inequality Korean Social Policy Review. Won Seung-yeon (2015) This paper, using the...
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Does inequality influence health?
Recent Studies

Does inequality influence health?

Inequality and Social Risks: Applications of the Index of Health and Social Problems Health and Social Welfare Review. Hwang Sun-Jae...
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What are the results of demographic transition and class variation among women?
Recent Studies

What are the results of demographic transition and class variation among women?

Negotiating Work and Family Life in South Korea : Class Differences among Working Women Journal of Korean Women’s Studies. Lee...
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