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Category Archives: Inequality
In the 1990s, two young French economists then affiliated with the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Thomas Piketty and Emmanuel Saez, began the first rigorous effort to gather facts on income inequality in developed countries going back decades. In the wake … Continue reading
The market will not, on its own, solve any of these problems. Global warming is a quintessential “public goods” problem. To make the structural transitions that the world needs, we need governments to take a more active role – at … Continue reading
The OECD recently published a lengthy volume examining the causes of rising inequality in most wealthy countries over the last three decades. This paper examines that study, finding that the OECD misses most of the story of inequality because its … Continue reading
Joseph Stiglitz explains why our economic system is failing most Americans. What happened to America, land of opportunity? In his new book, Nobel Prize-winning economist Joseph Stiglitz takes up that burning question. Taking a long, hard look at the global … Continue reading
The lesson of the Great Crash was that unequal enrichment provokes asset bubbles, excessive demand for debt and, finally, economic failure. Now we are painfully learning that again. During the past 30 years, a growing share of the global economic … Continue reading
Read Leading economists agree that rampant inequality leads to unstable economies and depressions, and makes the middle and lower classes poorer. While the stereotype is that liberals care about inequality and conservatives don’t, that is actually a myth. As Canada’s … Continue reading