Comic | From the schoolyard to adulthood: does ethnic diversity determine our future relationships? | Liam Wren-Lewis
Discover the first ever Economics for everybody comic book panel: “From the schoolyard to adulthood: does ethnic diversity determine our future relationships?” inspired by the work of Liam Wren-Lewis.
Based on the work:
Luca Paolo Merlino, Max Friedrich Steinhardt and Liam Wren-Lewis, 2019, “More than just friends? School peers and adult interracial relationships”, Journal of Labor Economics, 37(3): 663-713
Liam Wren-Lewis is a Professor at PSE and a Research Scientist at the National Research Institute for Agriculture, Food and Environment (INRAE). He previously worked in the Ministry of Finance in Malawi, and his research interests include inequality, racial relations, corruption and land rights.
Illustrations: Samuel Chich
Luca Paolo Merlino, Max Friedrich Steinhardt and Liam Wren-Lewis, January 2022, “The long run impact of childhood interracial contact on residential segregation”
Aino Kalmbach, Matti Sarvimaki and Liam Wren-Lewis, March 2022, “The impact of childhood immigrant exposure on adult intermarriage”
* This comic book panel is part of the new Economics for everybody formula.