1. Inequality of Incomes and Opportunities. (Gøsta Esping-Anderson).
2. Does Inequality Matter (Ed Miliband).
3. Inequality in the New Knowledge Economy (Robert Atkinson).
4. Opportunity and Life Chances: the Dynamics of Poverty (Robert Walker).
5. Where are the poor? The changing Patterns of Inequality and the.
Impact of Attempts to Reduce It. (Anne Power).
6.The New Egalitarianism: Economic Inequality in the UK (Patrick Diamond and Anthony Giddens).
7.Inequality and Recognition; Pan-European social conflicts and their political dynamic (Ulrich Beck).
8. New Global Classes: Implications for Politics (Saskia Sasson).
9. Britain's Glue: the Case for Liberal Nationalism (David Goodhart).
10. Why gender equality? (Magdalena Andersson).
11. Social Corrosion, Inequality and Health (Robert Wilkinson).
12. Inequality, Choice and Public Services (Julian Le Grand).
- Giddens’ latest policy manifesto, which takes further some of the arguments of ‘The Third Way’.
- Publication to be timed before the next general election.
- Comprises a collection of essays from globally renowned thinkers, as well as Anthony Giddens and senior New Labour figures.
- Draws on a wide range of evidence, and the experiences of governments worldwide, to propose a fresh agenda for social change.
- Essential reading for anyone troubled by social inequality, and what should be done about it.
- A cross-over trade book