Katharina Hecht
Katharina Hecht
Northeastern University
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A relational analysis of top incomes and wealth: Economic evaluation, relative (dis) advantage and the service to capital
K Hecht
International Inequalities Institute, London School of Economics and …, 2017
Elites in the UK: Pulling away? Social mobility, geographic mobility and elite occupations
K Hecht, DJ McArthur, M Savage, S Friedman
The Sutton Trust, 2020
Living on Different Incomes in London: Can public consensus identify a ‘riches line’?
A Davis, K Hecht, T Burchardt, I Gough, D Hirsch, K Rowlingson, ...
CASE Report, Centre for Analysis of Social Exclusion (LSE), 2020
‘It’s the value that we bring’: performance pay and top income earners’ perceptions of inequality
K Hecht
Socio-Economic Review 20 (4), 1741-1766, 2022
The long and short of it: The temporal significance of wealth and income
K Hecht, K Summers
Social Policy & Administration 55 (4), 732-746, 2021
A sociological analysis of top incomes and wealth: a study of how individuals at the top of the income and wealth distributions perceive economic inequality
KM Hecht
London School of Economics and Political Science, 2017
Deliberating inequality: a blueprint for studying the social formation of beliefs about economic inequality
K Summers, F Accominotti, T Burchardt, K Hecht, E Mann, J Mijs
Social Justice Research 35 (4), 379-400, 2022
Richness, insecurity and the welfare state
K Hecht, T Burchardt, A Davis
Journal of Social Policy, 1-22, 2022
Moving on up? How social origins shape geographic mobility within britain’s higher managerial and professional occupations
K Hecht, D McArthur
Sociology 57 (3), 659-681, 2023
The anatomy of the British economic “elite”
M Savage, K Hecht, J Hjellbrekke, N Cunningham, D Laurison
New Directions in Elite Studies, 150-173, 2017
Why isn’t there More Support for Progressive Taxation of Wealth?: A Sociological Contribution to the Wider Debate
K Hecht, M Savage, K Summers
LSE Public Policy Review 2 (4), 2022
Divested: Inequality in the Age of Finance.
K Hecht
American Journal of Sociology 127 (2), 671-673, 2021
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