Maria Arievitch

twkhl7qevRQMaria Arievitch is a second-year student at New York University studying Sociology and Public Policy. She is a Jordan Center intern as a researcher on global Russia. Fields of interest include Russia in the global age, economy, inequality, social policy, and political current events.
Articles by Maria Arievitch

Now You See It, Now You Don’t: Perceptions of Income Inequality in Russia and the US

How do Russians view wealth and income inequality as compared to their US counterparts? More importantly, how often are they asked?

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The Invisible Crisis: How We See (and Don’t See) Inequality Today

Whatever the causes may be, the true data measuring an objective comparison show the truth: we are hypocritical in our statistics and in our analyses of disparity as compared to the rest of the world.

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