The project

Mapping inequalities through the life course

Mapineq is a collaborative effort to respond to the imperative challenge of the European Union for identifying and tackling the main drivers of inequality trends.

Mapineq analyses educational, socioeconomic, and health inequalities, and the interdependence between them across the life time and cohorts.

Latest news:

  • New PhD position – Biosocial and contextual determinants of Inequality
    The University of Groningen has just opened a new PhD position. The PhD candidate will examine the relationship between biosocial (genetic, biomarkers), family environment and local contextual determinants on labour market and occupational outcomes. Restrictions in and changes to opportunities will be examined using microlevel data combined with Mapineq’s geo-coded database to understand the role […]