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ROGOFF: Where Is the Inequality Problem?
May 9, 2014 10:37am, by Tony Quain, 19 words
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Link: http://www.project-syndicate.org/commentary/kenneth-rogoff-says-that-thomas-piketty-is-right-about-rich-countries--but-wrong-about-the-world

Rogoff says that Piketty is half-right, but that intra-country inequality is not a big a problem as inter-country inequality.


  

1 comment

Comment from: test1  
free_marketeer

Rogoff is kind of a lefty.

05/09/14 @ 13:21

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