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As information about our health and credit becomes more widely available, what happens to the politics of social protection—and to inequality? The new book by Torben Iversen & Philipp Rehm explores negative effects of big data on equality and polarization. t.co/0gzoRQfTp9 t.co/nOQ1Qfcxzf
When a citizen takes hostages at a bank just to get his money out, you know there's something drastically wrong. Get deep background on Lebanon's dire economic crisis from 4 experts, in our Epicenter podcast. t.co/K95AFTnzwQ @CarmenGeha @MelaniCammett t.co/qWbfMcADzh
- Experts at @Kennedy_School discuss the deep and long-lasting effects that targeting minorities has on political engagement t.co/nx5pO6gzcS