Can Income Inequality Destabilize the U.S. Economy?

Jay Owen Reforming Global Finance


March 29, 2013


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Can Income Inequality Destabilize the U.S. Economy?
Uri Dadush, Kemal Dervis, Sarah P. Milsom and Bennett Stancil | Income inequality is doing a lot more damage than just fraying the political culture.

Argentina: What the Pope Left Behind
Tim Harcourt | Now is the time for Argentina to stop gaming its economic statistics and focus on real economic reforms.

But Germans Do Consume
Holger Schmieding | Is there any truth to the idea that German austerity is harming Europe’s economic recovery?



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Brazil and the Global Battle to Eliminate Extreme Poverty 
Rogerio Studart’s op-ed has been published in the following newspapers around the world:

  China Daily | PDF
  Economic Times (India)
  Handelsblatt (Germany) (PDF only)
  Business Report (South Africa) | PDF



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Strengthening Resilience in Developing Countries
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