Alfred Ford School of Management Featured Masters Courses
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Why is the gap in social, behavioural, and financial outcomes between individuals from higher and lower social strata increasing over time? Why are family ties becoming more important in order to be successful in life? How can welfare policies help to reduce social inequality in a given society? This master programme offers insights into causes and consequences of social inequality, and sheds light on ways in which social policies can reduce it.

At the local, national and global level, an intense period of social transformation and fragmentation can be observed. Catchphrases such as detraditionalisation, globalisation, neoliberalization and automation involve real transformations of work and family life, of cities and states, and of citizen’s entitlements and international mobilities.

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