April 9-11, 2014, the Center for the Study of American Democracy will host its third biennial conference on The Politics of Economic Inequality. Besides addressing some of the recent economic and financial headlines, the conference will offer an opportunity to consider timeless questions about stable liberal democracy--just the sort of inquiry for which Kenyon's liberal arts environment is so well suited. The conference will bring together participants from a wide range of backgrounds, including politicians, journalists, members of the business world,policy analysts, NGO representatives, and academics. Confirmed guests included keynote speaker Austan Goolsbee, former Chairman of the Council of Economic Advisers for President Obama. Participants will engage each other and the larger Kenyon community through lectures, panel discussions, and social events. The conference will be held on the Kenyon College campus. Admission to all panels is free and open to the public.