Kate Pickett is an epidemiologist and teacher in the University of York. As an epidemiologist, she studies diseases and the welfare level between different groups and people’s collectives and tries to understand the causes. Her point of view on inequality is very interesting because it’s a field dominated by economists, sociologists or political scientists.
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