New podcast episode – Inequality and wellbeing in household consumption – with Martha Baltruszewicz

This week, Economics for Rebels co-host Sophus zu Ermgassen speaks to Marta Baltruszewicz about inequality, wellbeing and (household) consumption:

“It is now well-established that contemporary society has finite ecological constraints, and massive inequality in wealth, wellbeing and carbon consumption. But how is the consumption of our shared ecological space distributed across society, and what’s the ecological efficiency through which today’s economy generates improvements in wellbeing? In this episode host, Sophus zu Ermgassen welcomes Dr Marta Baltruszewicz, who has led some fascinating research empirically exploring interlinkages between energy consumption, inequality and wellbeing in the UK.”