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John E. Roemer is Elizabeth S. and A. Varick Stout Professor of Political Science at Yale University.

John E. He has published extensively in economics, political philosophy, and political science. His recent books include Political Competition (2001), Equality of Opportunity (1998), Theories of Distributive Justice (1996), and A Future for Socialism (1994, Cambridge University Press). He was named a Felow of the Econometric Society in 1986. Series: Econometric Society Monographs (Book 40).

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Many believe that equality of opportunity will be achieved when the prospects of children no longer depend upon the wealth and education of their parents. Many also believe that democracy is the political institution that will bring about justice

Many believe that equality of opportunity will be achieved when the prospects of children no longer depend upon the wealth and education of their parents. Many also believe that democracy is the political institution that will bring about justice.

Democracy, Education, and Equality : Graz-Schumpeter Lectures. Econometric Society Monographs. By (author) John E. Many believe that equality of opportunity will be achieved when the prospects of children no longer depend upon the wealth and education of their parents. This study asks whether democracy, modeled as competition between political parties that represent different interests in the polity, will result in educational funding policies that will, at least eventually

Democracy, Education, and Equality. Graz-Schumpeter Lectures. Roemer, John E. and Ünveren, Burak 2017. Dynamic Equality of Opportunity. Economica, Vol. 84, Issue.

Democracy, Education, and Equality. 334, p. 322. CrossRef. Anderson, Gordon and Leo, Teng Wah 2017. Quantifying the Progress of Economic and Social Justice: Charting Changes in Equality of Opportunity in the USA, 1960–2000. Journal of Human Development and Capabilities, Vol. 18, Issue.

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Many believe that equality of opportunity will be achieved when the prospects of children no longer depend upon the wealth and education of their parents. Many also believe that democracy is the political institution that will bring about justice. This study asks whether democracy, modeled as competition between political parties that represent different interests in the polity, will result in educational funding policies that will, at least eventually, produce citizens with equal capacities (human capital), thus breaking the link between family background and child prospects.