Inequality and Instability

Inequality is Declining in Latin American and Sub-Saharan Countries

February 17, 2014

Policy measures and increased Chinese demand for minerals have respectively led to a narrowing of inequality in Latin America and sub- Saharan Africa, while inequality has risen in the former Soviet countries and Asia

Unprecedented Inequality: The Top 1 Percent Captured 95% of the Income Gains Since 2009

September 11, 2013

Salvatore Babones: The economy is growing, but most workers are left behind

Inequality and Instability – Part 4

April 22, 2012

James K. Galbraith on his study of the world economy just before the great crisis

Inequality and Instability – Part 3

April 20, 2012

James K. Galbraith on link between inequality and instability: Societies that are more egalitarian are more stable

Inequality and Instability – Part 2

April 19, 2012

James K. Galbraith: The Bush years – Growth demanded new markets among debtors who previously had not qualified for mortgages

Inequality and Instability

April 18, 2012

James K. Galbraith presents his study of the world economy just before the great crisis