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Inequality and Recessions

By Gene Amromin, Mariacristina De Nardi, Karl Schulze The increase in inequality over the past several decades has received widespread attention from both academics and the public at large. While much of this discourse centers on either the causes or normative implications of increasing inequality, it is important to ask whether the widening… Read More The post Inequality and Recessions appeared first on The Big Picture.
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