The first theme concerns establishing the facts about levels and trends of inequality.
The second theme regards inequality of opportunities, analysing the role of the family and community in shaping inequality for the next generation.
The third theme studies how the labour market, concentration of capital and market power affect inequality.
The fourth theme considers the role fiscal redistribution plays on inequality fluctuations and efficiency, studying both public revenue and expenditures.
The fifth theme assesses the relationship between inequality and political power, establishing links with the four themes previously described.
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