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Introducing Kuznets waves in income inequality

Introducing Kuznets waves: How income inequality waxes and wanes over the very long run In 1955 when Simon Kuznets wrote about the movement of inequality in rich countries (and a couple of poor ones), the US and the UK were in the midst of the ... Vox, 2 months ago

De la croissance, en veux-tu, en voilà !

[] [] A blog post by Olivier Derruine Depuis que lindicateur abstrait du PIB a été conçu en 1934 par Simon Kuznets à la demande du Congrès américain soucieux dévaluer limpact de la Grande Dépression sur léconomie, il est devenu le nouvel ...
 Greens EFA2 months ago

Kuznets Waves and the Great Epistemological Challenge to Inequality Analysis

The World Bank Group Wednesday 27th April, 2016 A couple weeks ago I was fortunate to serve as a discussant at one (of the many) launch events for Branko Milanovic's latest book: Global Inequality: A new approach for the age of globalization. The ...
 Mumbai News.Net1 day ago

Happiness is the new GDP

Global policymakers are starting to take happiness seriously. In March, the United Nations released its fourth World Happiness Report , ranking 156 nations on how close residents say they are to living the best life possible. The UN report ...
 Quartz1 week ago

Now, a wave theory of inequality

Adam Smith, Karl Marx, John Maynard Keynes, please make way. The current debate in the 21st century among economists is not about growth, capital accumulation or business cycles. The focus in today's economic theory is on growing inequality across ...
 Hindu Business Line2 weeks ago

OPINION: Learning from History for Progress

was United Nations Assistant Secretary-General for Economic Development, and received the Wassily Leontief Prize for Advancing the Frontiers of Economic Thought in 2007 KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia, Apr 7 2016 (IPS) - The Chinese character for crisis ...
 Inter Press Service3 weeks ago

Globalisation and inequality

The new wave Surprisingly little is known about the causes of inequality. A Serbian-American economist proposes an interesting theory ITS a golden age for studying inequality. Thomas Piketty, a French economist, set the benchmark in 2014 when ...
 Trade Union Congress of the Philippines3 weeks ago

Incomplete accounting

THE Industrial Revolution is said to be the most important shift in human history; without it, we will not have all the things we now enjoy—from our clothing, smartphones, and even our food. The idea behind the Industrial Revolution was to satisfy ...
 Philippine Daily Inquirer1 month ago
Fast Company

We need to break the one sacred rule of the global economy

Scholars are still trying to figure out why the society on Easter Island collapsed, ending the people famed for their construction of towering stone heads. One interesting theory holds that it had to do with the heads themselves. Somehow, the ...
 Mail & Guardian Online1 month ago To Save The Economy, We Have To Break Its One Sacred Rule  Fast Company1 month ago
Calcutta Telegraph

INDUSTRY TO FARM, THE REVERSE SWING: Auto plant grows plants in Haldia

Chits detailing the quantity of produce such as plantain, spinach, tomato and radish each worker has taken out of the Ural auto factory in Haldia on any particular date. On the basis of these chits, the amounts to be deducted from the salaries are ...
 Calcutta Telegraph1 month ago
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