Despite legislation outlawing discrimination across the EU, inequalities between groups appear to be an enduring feature of Irish and European societies. The extent to which inequality is due to discrimination is a matter of continuing debate and controversy. Accurately measuring discrimination is therefore a crucial yet challenging task.
This volume showcases Irish and international research on inequality, and on discrimination as a contributor to that inequality. Drawing on economics, sociology and social psychology, Making Equality Count highlights advances made in the measurement of discrimination, as well as the large body of evidence that has been amassed on this topic.
About the Editors
Laurence Bond has been Head of Research at the Equality Authority since 2002. Prior to this he worked for many years in research and policy analysis in the Irish public and non-government sectors.
Dr. Frances McGinnity is Senior Research Officer and joint programme coordinator of Equality Research at the Economic and Social Research Institute, Dublin. Her research to date has examined labour market inequality, unemployment, temporary employment, part-time work, gender and racial discrimination, often from a comparative perspective. She is also interested in work-life balance, time-use and migrant integration.
Dr. Helen Russell is Associate Research Professor and joint programme coordinator of Equality Research at the Economic and Social Research Institute, Dublin. Her research covers a range of inter-connecting issues relating to equality, the labour market, the family and poverty/social inclusion. She has researched these topics in Ireland and in a comparative European context.
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Author No Editor Frances McGinnity, Helen Russell, Laurence Bond Print Format Paperback ISBN-10 1905785895 ISBN-13 978-1-905785-89-6 Illustrations No Date of Publication October 2010 Number of Pages 212