In_equality Conference 2024 II 10-12 April 2024

Bodenseeforum Konstanz & online

Highlights of the 2024 In_equality Conference! Thanks to all our keynotes, presenters and attendees for such a great atmosphere and engaging conference. See you next time!

The In_equality Conference 2024 proved to be an exceptional gathering for international and interdisciplinary researchers, providing a dynamic platform for vibrant discussions and the exchange of innovative ideas in the field of inequality research. With more than 500 participants representing over 50 countries, both on-site and online, the conference fostered a global dialogue on inequality.

Inequality continues to be a crucial issue in both academic and public discourse, particularly in the context of significant societal transformations. This year’s conference delved into the origins and effects of inequality across various dimensions and empirical fields. The three-day program included 27 interdisciplinary panels that addressed a wide range of topics, including gender, ethnicity, wealth, educational inequality, language, welfare state issues, debt, austerity, and climate change. Complementing the scientific presentations, the “Satellite Programme” featured roundtables on various relevant subjects such as knowledge transfer, open science, and perspectives from the Global South.

We look forward to continuing this vital dialogue and advancing global inequality research in future events.

Impressions 2024

Pictures by Ines Janas

Climate-neutral Conference


  • Full Price 130 €

    participation on site in Konstanz - closed

  • Reduced Price 60 €


  • Online Participation 0 €

    online only


Learn more about the keynote speakers at In_equality Conference 2024:

Our program consists of 27 panels totaling 88 talks, as well as two invited panels and three roundtables. Learn more about our conference speakers below.

Eduard Storm

RWI – Leibniz Institute for Economic Research, Germany.

Lisa Walter

Deutsches Zentrum für Integrations- & Migrationsforschung (DeZIM), Germany

Melanie Arntz

Leibniz-Zentrum für Europäische Wirtschaftsforschung (ZEW) Mannheim, Germany,
University of Heidelberg, Germany.

Theresa Neef

The German Institude for Economic Research, DIW Berlin, Germany

Timo Schnepf

Federal Institute for Vocational Education and Training (BIBB), Germany

Program 2024

The full program may be downloaded (PDF) here.

We are happy to present you fine presentations, workshops and keynotes with leading scientists of inequality research and an exciting supporting program around Constance over three days.