Tag Archives: income inequality

Reining in Corporate Tax Evasion

A win-win for the U.S. economy.

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The World Bank: The Data Gatherer That Did Not Gather Data

The World Bank subtly dodges debate about income inequality in rich countries.

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The World’s Millionaire Stock Is on the Rise

The world’s “millionaire club” grew faster than most economies in 2013.

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Reforming Democracy and the Future of History

To spread Democracy, democratic nations must look inward first.

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Brazil and the United States: So Different, Yet So Similar

Brazil, the new host of the World Cup, shares a great deal of values with the United States.

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U.S. Declinism or Constructivism?

Why are U.S. media and elites so quick to quiet criticism of how the United States conducts itself?

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The Terrible Truth About Income Inequality

U.S. politicians pretend to support the poor and middle class. They are firmly in the pockets of the super-rich.

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Ten Facts on Africa’s Middle Class

For all the recent hype, inequality and joblessness stifle the dynamic growth of Africa’s middle class.

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Want to Fix Income Inequality? Relink Wages to Productivity

Can policymakers lessen inequality without harming innovation, investment and productivity growth?

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What Misfiring America Can Learn From Europe

U.S. income inequality is a direct result of the U.S. top-heavy corporate model and short-termism.

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