Posts by Danny Dorling

Danny Dorling, Halford Mackinder Professor of Geography of the School of Geography and the Environment of the University of Oxford

Tolerance, inequality and the recession

Danny Dorling

Progressive social changes can still occur amidst the growing economic problems of today How can you tell when the times are changing and great progress is being made, or when we instead appear to be going back in time – ‘going back to “79”’ – as the lyrics of a recent tribute to David Cameron’s UK government suggested? Often it feels … Continue reading

1 March 2013 by Danny Dorling
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On the rack of inequality

Danny Dorling

The gap between the richest and poorest in Britain is widening to new extremes Even way up the income scale, you might be on the bank board – but if you are the director responsible for procurement, foremost in your mind is the finance director’s pay – and what other job you could do that would improve  your financial status? … Continue reading

15 November 2012 by Danny Dorling
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